Environmental And Sustainability Studies

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    Vanderbilt acorns to become forests of the future

    With the cooler fall temperatures, Vanderbilt’s iconic white oaks have begun dropping their acorns. While the campus squirrels are busily storing their share, Vanderbilt has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Forestry to collect acorns to plant the forests of the future. Read More

    Oct 25, 2021

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    Workshop: Can there be common ground in Palestine–Israel?

    Join Shaul Cohen for a workshop, 'Can There Be Common Ground? Environment, Identity and Community in Palestine–Israel,' on Friday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m. Read More

    Oct 28, 2016

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    What a Great University Does

    In 2014, Lester “Ruff” Fant, BA’63, and his wife, Susan, made a significant commitment to the College of Arts and Science to establish, among other things, an endowed Lester G. “Ruff” Fant III Dean’s Fund and the James Thornton Fant Chair in Sustainability Studies. Read More

    Mar 23, 2015