Karin Warren, the Herzog Family Professor of Environmental Studies at Randolph, recently presented in and moderated two virtual sessions during the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) annual conference.
Warrin, who in June was elected to a second term on the AESS board of directors, made two presentations, including “Connecting Campus and Communities for Climate Justice” and “Getting the Most of External Reviews: Before, During, and After.”
Four Randolph students—Paige Edwards ’21, Alexander Long ’22, Jdody Misidor ’21, and Shae Taylor ’23—also attended the virtual conference.
The AESS serves the faculty, students, and staff of more than 1,000 interdisciplinary environmental programs in North America and around the world. It seeks to strengthen teaching, research, and service in environmental studies and sciences, and to improve communication across boundaries that too often divide the traditional academic disciplines. The association facilitates the professional development of its members, not just as individuals, but also to advance environmental studies and sciences as a whole.
Warrin also chairs the organization’s member and outreach committee, serves on its awards and professional development committees, and is an associate editor for The Journal of Environmental Studies and Science.
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