Seattle U Sustainability Social, 5/26

Written by Kristina Alvarado
May 11, 2015

Seattle University's Jesuit character and mission "for a more just and humane world" calls faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members to intentionally care for the natural world as responsible stewards of the planet. The university is conscious of the environment's impact on local and global communities, and is dedicated to the specific, relevant issues of our time. Join?Seattle University's Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS) for a social!

Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability Social
Tuesday, May 26 ?| ?5:00pm-6:30pm
Seattle University ?| ?Student Center 160
Appetizers and drinks provided!
Please RSVP by May 19 to

Tracking Snow Leopards and National Teaching Trends for Environmental Justice?
Enjoy appetizers and drinks as you engage with CEJS faculty fellows about their current research in Environmental Justice and Sustainability. This social will feature Dr. Agnleszka Miguel and Dr. Trileigh Tucker. Dr. Miguel is an?Associate Professor in the College of Science and Engineering and her expertise in algorithms designed to process digital images is being used to assist conservation biologists studying snow leopards. Dr. Tucker, Associate Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, just completed an exciting project focused on the teaching of environmental justice. Take this opportunity to learn more about the work being done through the Center!