By Carol Clark Nov. 18, 2022 - Emory News Emory students helped raise the profiles of youth activists during this year’s United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, better known as COP, in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. A delegation of five Emory undergraduates and four graduate students, led by Eri Saikawa, associate professor of environmental sciences, attended… Continue reading Emory students promote youth power at U.N. climate conference
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ENVS rising junior, Nick Chang, receives NOAA Hollings Scholarship
Congratulations to ENVS rising junior, Nick Chang 24C, on receiving the NOAA Hollings Scholarship. Anyone who knows Nick, knows that his curiosity and scholarship are unparalleled - we are so lucky that he has found his home in ENVS. With Professor John Wegner and Professor Eri Saikawa as mentors, watch out for Nick - this… Continue reading ENVS rising junior, Nick Chang, receives NOAA Hollings Scholarship
Youth views on climate crisis take the world stage – Emory News 11/2/21
Emory students and alumni are raising diverse voices on equity during the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, now underway in Glasgow. From cohosting seminars to moderating discussions, students in Eri Saikawa’s “Climate and Society” class are making key contributions virtually. Read the full article here.
ENVS Rising Senior Named Udall Scholar
Congratulations to Katelyn Boisvert (C'20) on being named a Udall Scholar. Enjoy the full story in Emory News !