New environmental justice minor addresses the intersections of environmentalism and social justice movements

The term “environmental justice” is increasingly joining the common lexicon of activists and community leaders. The movement addresses massive problems like climate change and racism – but rather than siloing these
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STEM Student Research Symposium features birds and invasive species, Parkinson’s disease, agroforestry and more

Eleven Eastern Mennonite University students and graduates presented at the annual fall STEM Student Research and Internship Symposium. Three students were selected for the National Science Foundation and its Research
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Summer ’17 cross-culturals travel to the Navajo Nation, Bolivia, Spain and ‘Anabaptist Europe’

Madalynn Payne, traveling this summer with the “Radical Europe Anabaptist Roots” cross-cultural group from Eastern Mennonite University, says train travel, walking tours, independent exploration and dining in unfamiliar cultures have
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