Environmental Studies
Holloway Hall

ENVR News and Events

      Monday, April 14  TETC 152, 7-8pm The Road to Eating Aliens, Jackson Landers.  Invasive species are a serious environmental problem. Jackson Landers has a unique solution: Eat them! Jackson Landers will share photos & stories about various invasive species and his experiences with people while working on his book, Eating Aliens. He will also share additional adventures, such as hunting pigeons on the streets of New York City and in his hometown of Charlottesville, VA. Come for what is sure to be an informative and entertaining seminar about invasive species and the up-and-coming invasivore movement! Sponsored by the SU’s Honors Program and the Environmental Studies Department.

Thursday. April 24 6:00 PM, Henson 243 "Energy Efficiency in Maryland" A lecture by: Ms. Abigail Ross Hopper, Director of Maryland Energy Administrationsponsored by SU's Smart Growth Club (SGC) and the Wicomico Environmental Trust (WET)

 Wednesday, April 30 • Wicomico Room, 7 pm Panel Discussion

Environmental and economic implications of natural gas drilling for Maryland

Drew Cobbs, American Petroleum Institute; Thomas R. Cawthern, SU Geosciences Dept; Seamus McGraw, author and PA resident; and Mike Tidwell, Chesapeake Climate Action Network will discuss what hydrofracking means to Maryland.

Saturday, May 10 • Location TBA, 1-3 pm Senior Seminar Presentation