Island Ecology Program graduates publish paper
Three graduates of Sewanee's Island Ecology Program are co-authors on a new paper recently published in the open-access journal called Natural Resources.
Joanna Parkman, C'14 writing on the environment
Since graduating from Sewanee, Joanna Parkman has been hard at work in Costa Rica.
Dr. Nigel Noriega, Scientist and Film Maker Will Give A Guest Lecture
Dr. Nigel Noriega is a Scientist and Film Maker who will be speaking on "How Is Value Assigned To Tropical Forests?"
Wildland Fire Training at Sewanee
Students gathered in early January for training and National Wildfire Coordinating Group certification.
Sewanee assists with controlled burn to restore native pines in the Turks and Caicos Islands
Sewanee recently joined in the research efforts in the tropics.
Sewanee's Natural Environment
Sewanee's 13,000-acre campus provides a powerful natural laboratory for students and faculty to understand sustainability and the environment. The Sewanee community refers to the swath of land as The Domain, an appellation befitting an asset that is intrinsic to the university. The topography is rugged and diverse, invitingly so. There are caves, coves and cliffs, waterfalls and wetlands, meadows, ponds, forests, streams and lakes–an environment that begs to be explored.