Environmental Studies Blog

November 29, 2012

Bikes Not Bombs

Filed under: News — staylor2 @ 3:35 pm


Yesterday, Professor Laura Goldin’s Greening The Ivory class took a trip to Jamaica Plain, MA to check out the Bikes Not Bombs Hub. The organization reclaims thousands of bikes every year, shipping a majority of them overseas to encourage economic development in places like Ghana. Bikes Not Bombs (BNB) also creates programs locally and globally to provide sustainable transportation, bike-repair/construction training and jobs with bicycles. In addition, this incredible organization has countless youth programs that inspire and empower youths to make a sustainable and peaceful impact on their community.

November 15, 2012

INTERNSHIPS & REVIEWS BY Environmental Studies:

Filed under: News — geneviev @ 7:34 pm

A message from Hiatt:

Did you know the average Brandeis undergraduate completes 2.5 internships before graduation and that the AAC&U calls internships a “high impact practice”?

You  can login with your UNET ID to access the new, online tool to review and search for internships done by Brandeis undergraduates on the Brandeis Internship Exchange, BIX.

•        browse the 800+ internship reviews posted for leads

•        rate your previous/current internships to build the database for Environmental Studies majors

October 5, 2012

Justice Brandeis Semester featured on BrandeisNOW

Filed under: News — Shota Adamia @ 6:10 pm

Check out the recent article by BrandeisNOW on Justice Brandeis Semester, with comments from professors and students who did the program in the past. Stay tuned for next semester’s offerings!



July 30, 2012

Environmental Health and Justice Program Students Present Findings in Houston

Filed under: News — chansen @ 7:04 pm

Three students out of a 12 student Environmental Heath and Justice Program presented the class’ findings at a conference in Houston, Texas. “Their study, conducted in Professor Laura Goldin’s program in cooperation with the Boston Public Health Commission, found the presence of fine particulate matter, carbon dioxide and total volatile organic compounds in the salons was much higher than generally accepted guidelines. In excess, these substances are known or highly suspected to cause skin, respiratory and reproductive-health problems.”

To read the article, click on the link below:


To read the article about the JBS class, click on the link below:


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