Are you interested in learning  to communicate your environmental scholarship to diverse audiences? The Brown University seminar ENVS 1965 enables students to build communication, leadership and engagement skills, and to gain a broader perspective on the challenges of understanding global environmental change and the search for solutions.

This Brown University seminar enables seniors and graduate students to place their research in the context of environmentally relevant policy and practice. Development of an environmentally focused thesis or other independent research project is a prerequisite. The seminar also offers students opportunities to hone practical professional skills, e.g. how to communicate scientific findings to media and policy audiences; write for varied professional and popular audiences; and navigate the many professional opportunities available to environmental scientists. The course is open to all engaged in environmentally relevant projects.

Admission is by application only. Please contact Prof. Leslie for more information.

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Spring 2015 ENVS 1965 Syllabus

2015 Participants & Guests

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Spring 2014 ENVS 1965 Syllabus

2014 Participants & Guests

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Spring 2013 ENVS 1965 Syllabus

2013 Participants & Guests

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Spring 2012 ENVS 1965 Syllabus

Spring 2012 Participants & Guests

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Spring 2011 ParticipantsGuests

Summaries of Spring 2011 Student Research Projects

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