Students mingle and comment on each other's work.
Contemplating a poster from ENVS 330: Situating Environmental Problems & Solutions.
Part of the senior thesis project is to prepare a poster detailing the student's thesis.
Marty discusses his senior thesis project which involved biking 700 km in Chile.
Students and faculty from across disciplines participating in the poster celebration.
Professor Liz Safran (center) discussing the work of students in her ENVS 160: Introduction to Environmental Studies course.
Niko discussing his senior project which focused on his personal environmental impact over the course of one month.
"Crown of Leaves," an LC band which performed at the poster celebration.
Lots of food, and food for thought...
Hiroshi and his senior thesis project which looked at investment in Central Asian energy projects by the Chinese government.
Jenifer Jackson's senior thesis which took her to Puebla, Mexico to investigate environmental policies.
Marty's senior project: damming policies in Chile.
Niko and his senior thesis poster on personal environmental impact. Note the collections of trash below the easels, each representing a week's worth of consumption...
Professor Andrew Cortell (International Affairs), ENVS senior Jenifer, and friend in front her senior thesis poster.
Kim's senior thesis poster on defining "quality of life" in the context of Portland, Oregon.
Eli's senior thesis poster which examines the hazards of Portland's geomorphology.
"Crown of Leaves" (featuring ENVS major Nate on drums) entertains the poster celebration...
Eli and Environmental Studies adjunct professor Matthew Brunego discuss his senior poster.
The hardworking staffers of LC's food service providers, Bon Appetit, who help make our event a success. Note the buckets: virtually everything we used was compostable!