The Environment at Sewanee
Sewanee's Integrated Program in the Environment has more than 30 faculty and staff who are engaged with students on a variety of research and applied field projects. We have direct access to a working farm, 13,000 forested acres, well-funded internships, and alumni involved with management and conservation issues across the globe. Come join us for a truly unique experience in environmental study and the liberal arts, and see what makes Sewanee the premier place to study the environment!
- Who is invited?
High school students interested in environmental studies and sciences, forestry, geology, natural resources, or environmental arts & humanities.
- What will I do?
Participate in an overview of Sewanee's Integrated Program in the Environment, attend a class, have lunch with current students majoring in environmental studies, and participate in a student research panel.
- When can I come?
Friday, March 27, 2020
- Where will we meet?
To get started, we will gather at the Office of Admission on University Avenue.
- Why should I come?
You’re interested in environmental studies or Sewanee or both. (We’re really hoping it’s both.)
- How can I register?
You can register right here. We can't wait to meet you!