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Fall ENVR Seminars, Speakers and Activities

Now until October 21st Trash Monster Contest. Support the city and county's Stash Your Trash initiative by creating a trash monster sculpture out of recyclable materials; we'll display it downtown during the October 3rd Friday and the public will vote the winner! Have some fun and support a worthy cause. Contact Bill Nelson to reserve a spot at the 3rd Friday display.

   Wednesday, September 28th, 7:00 pm, Henson 148 – Mandatory Freshman, Transfer, and New Major meeting.  This meeting will provide crucial information about signing up for classes in the spring semester, AS WELL AS ALLOWING ATTENDEES TO SIGN-UP TO BE PRE-ENROLLED (guaranteed a spot) IN SELECTED ENVR INTRO COURSES. 

Saturday October 1, 11-2 pm: Jefferson School Science Fair We need five ENVR students to run our "make a bird feeder" and "make a bee nest box" booths at the Jefferson School fair. Help k-8 students and their parents make bird feeders out of bagels or pine cones and/or help them drill boring bee nest holes for their bee boxes. The fair is a lot of fun, it's great working with the little kids, and it'll be great to have an SU ENVR presence there. Please email Mr Nelson @ if you can help out.

Saturday October 8, 10 am - 5 pm Vienna, MD Nanticoke Jamboree (theme: Games. see Partake in hands-on fun with a variety of sporting and leisure activities that American Indians, African American men and women and English Colonists engaged in during three centuries in America. Through living history presentations the Jamboree will show you how our fore-bearers took time out from their hard-working days to have moments of relaxation, competition, skill-building, and enjoyment. Try your hand at lacrosse, hoops, board games, cards, baseball, kites and puppets! (No vans available: you'll need to provide your own transportation.)

Wednesday October 12, 5:30 pm Henson 243 Hybrid Ecologies & Relational Ontologies: Toward a Hopeful Environmentalism. Christian Hunold, Drexel University Dept of Politics, discusses the proliferation of hybrid ecologies as one of the defining social-ecological features of this ear. This transformation has caused countless ecological disasters but also creates opportunities for rethinking the meaning of nature, revising conservation practices and reimagining environmental policies.

Saturday October 15, 9 am-noon downtown Salisbury Wicomico River Cleanup. Come join the Chamber of Commerce, Stash Your Trash and ENVR department to help clean up our beleaguered Wicomico River! ENVR will be down at the city boat ramp (off Riverside Drive, across from Brew River). Please contact Bill Nelson if you are interested (boats/seats limited).

Friday October 21, 5-8 pm downtown Salisbury Trash Monster sculpture judging. Help decide the winning contestant for year's Stash Your Trash sculpture contest theme, "trash monsters"!

Wednesday November 9, 7 pm Henson 243 Culture & Resource Management on the Chesapeake Bay. Michael Paolisso, U Md College Park Dept of Anthropology, discusses interactions between culture and resource management on the Chesapeake Bay, and how cultural models can be used to improve intra- and inter-stakeholder understanding, dialog and collaboration in addressing environmental issues.

Saturday, November 12 kayak trip to Cedar Island. 8 am-5ish. Explore the most-easily-accessible uninhabited barrier island on Delmarva! A one hour-plus paddle takes you to some fine shelling, too. Contact Bill Nelson if you are interested (boats/seats limited).



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