welcome to coexist!

Wesleyan created the College of the Environment with a belief in the resilience of the human spirit and a desire to develop a long-term vision of human and ecosystem health.

coexist is the blog of our COE (College of the Environment) community–a vibrant group of students, faculty, alumni, and others interested in exploring our natural world and our place in it.

Our mission, simply stated: to change the world.

 

 

wes students, physical plant workers collaborate on performance project

ENVS197 & Forklift Danceworks performance (12.3.18)

Six students in Barry Chernoff’s ENVS197 (Introduction to Environmental Studies) course worked side-by-side with members of Wesleyan’s Physical Plant this semester, as part of a collaborative project with Forklift Danceworks,  an organization that employs performance to activate communities through a collaborative creative process. Continue reading “wes students, physical plant workers collaborate on performance project”

welcome to coexist

Barry Chernoff, founder and director of the College of the Environment. Photo by Paul Horton.

Welcome to coexist, the blog of the College of the Environment of Wesleyan University. Here you’ll find photos, videos, news, and commentary about our work to create a sustainable future in a peaceful, environmentally just world. Our students, faculty, and staff come from across the university, from the arts to the sciences. Our partners hail from institutions across the globe. And together, we seek integrative, innovative solutions to the compelling environmental issues of our time. Our mission: to help change the world.

I welcome you to coexist, and I entreat you to join with us on our mission.

Barry Chernoff
Director, College of the Environment
Robert F. Schumann Professor of Environmental Studies