An article by CENHS predoctoral fellow Derek Woods on the activist art project Fossilized in Houston. Fossilized was begun by former CENHS postdoctoral fellow Matthew Schneider- Mayerson in 2015 to draw attention to the relationship between species extinction and climate change. Watch for further developments of the project this fall.
The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (ACSF) seeks outstanding, creative, and highly motivated individuals to work with Cornell faculty to address pressing world needs through discovery and scholarship and to implement sustainable solutions in collaboration with external partners. Atkinson postdocs will play a key role in the implementation of the Atkinson Center’s strategic plan. […]
CENHS, The Rice Environmental Club, and the Shell Center for Sustainability invite you to a lunchtime talk about recycling in Houston. The event will take place January 15th at 12 noon in the Great Hall. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for a free lunch, and remember to bring your own container for water. You can find […]
CENHS postdoc Matthew Schneider-Mayerson will introduce and discuss Michael Madsen’s Into Eternity on at 14 Pews theater on Friday, October 17th at 7pm. Madsen’s film has been a recently frequent topic of discussion in the environmental humanities, and CENHS’s previous visiting fellow Professor Karen Pinkus discussed the film in a talk at Rice last year. Learn […]