Evans, Scheffers and Hess publish study on the demise of redbay on St Catherine's Island
Professor Jon Evans and two of his former EcoBio students, Brett Scheffers '05 and Matt Hess '06 have recently published a 6 year study in the journal Biological Invasions documenting the loss of redbay on St. Catherines Island, GA due to an invasive fungal pathogen.
Student Green Fee Gains Visibility
The Student Green Fee, a part of every students' tuition, was formed in 2005 to give students the ability to direct funds to meaningful causes. Historically, it was directed to TVA's Green Power Switch program, but now, it's going to a Sewanee initiative in Haiti.
Forest Restoration at Sewanee
Check out this video about forest restoration at Sewanee by Stephen Garrett (C'01) and Will Watson (C'13).
A National Look at Water
Undergraduate fellow Georgia Skerman (C'15) examines water re-use at the national level.
Sewanee Students Attend the Global South Summit
On November 11, undergraduate sustainability fellow Joanna Parkman ‰Ûª14 traveled to Nashville to attend the two-day Global South Summit. Shari Balouchi ‰Ûª15 joined her, and both students participated in the Summit Fellows Program, thanks to nominations and generous funding by the Babson Center for Global Commerce.
A New Look at a New Golf Course
Sewanee's newly-renovated golf course, which opened in early June, has gotten a lot of praise.