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Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies

Rural Sustainability Workshop

The two-day event will bring leaders from non-governmental organizations together to share strategies for the sustainability of rural villages.

Posted on: Thu 19 May 2016

Doctoral student receives peace scholarship

Emmanuela Opoku will research floods and droughts in Northeast Ghana to learn how they affect food security and livelihood.

Posted on: Mon 22 June 2015

Women's Studies program changes name

The interdisciplinary program has become the Women's and Gender Studies program to reflect a national trend and a changing student body.

Posted on: Tue 20 May 2014

Visiting scholar to address environmental philosophy class

Kurt Heidinger, a guest from the Biocitizen School of Field Environmental Philosophy in North Hampton, Mass., will speak from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Chemistry Building, Room 253. Faculty and staff are invited to attend.

Posted on: Tue 04 March 2014

Professor to participate in research meeting in Korea

Ricardo Rozzi will take part in the 2013 International Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network meeting in Korea beginning Oct. 5.

Posted on: Fri 04 October 2013

Jain wins national award for study of Indian eco-activism

Pankaj Jain's book, “Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities: Sustenance and Sustainability," examines three communities in India to explain indigenous ecological knowledge systems. Jain is assistant professor of philosophy and religion studies and of anthropology.

Posted on: Tue 26 February 2013

International film crew traveled to continent's tip

Diverse, exotic biodiversity of Omora Park is topic of BBC-Discovery Channel program.

Posted on: Thu 05 January 2012

Jain's publications examine Hindu, religious communties' view of environmentalism

Pankaj Jain, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, is author of "Sustenance and Sustainability: Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities."

Posted on: Fri 18 March 2011

Author Wilson to ponder depression, sorrow and their effect on creativity

Eric Wilson, Thomas H. Pritchard Professor of English at Wake Forest University, will discuss his book about bi-polar disorder, "The Mercy of Eternity: A Memoir of Depression and Grace," at a March 24 lecture.

Posted on: Fri 18 March 2011

South American field station is a first for the planet

Cape Horn facility supports research, study of environmental philosophy and science.

Posted on: Mon 14 February 2011

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