MES News & Updates

Engaging Students & Community through Film: MESA’s Environmental Film Series

People holding "Save the Yuba River" sign across bridge

A central vision for the Master of Environmental Studies Student Association (MESA) is to expand and enhance student support through community engagement. In addition to providing financial assistance to MES students, MESA serves to increase student involvement with campus and community environmental affairs through interactive events and networking opportunities. To achieve this vision, MESA has created an Environmental Film Series to showcase an array of environmental topics through art, emotion, interpretation and discussion.

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Knowing where things are: Advanced GIS 2018 presentations

MES student looks toward a screen showing a GIS map

"Knowing where things are, and why, is essential to rational decision making" - Jack Dangermond, Esri


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Environmental Education Field Trip: NAAEE Conference

Five people standing in the sun in front of brick wall, smiling

When I applied for the MES program, I knew I wanted to study environmental education (EE), but whenever someone asked me what EE was before the program started, I honestly did not have a good answer. So! In perfect timing, I signed up for the EE elective with Andrea Martin this fall and the opportunity to learn what EE is all about!


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Fall 2018 Thesis Poster Presentations

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Please join the Evergreen Master's of Environmental Studies program for our Fall 2018 MES Thesis Prospectus Poster Presentations, Tuesday December 4 from 4:30 - 7:30pm in the Library Lobby. 

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MES Fall Thesis Presentations

MES student Trace McKellips presenting his thesis research.

Join the MES community to celebrate the accomplishments of our fall thesis students as they share their research results. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 


Tuesday, November 27, 4:30-5:15pm, Purce Lecture Hall 2

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