Todd Davis’s sixth book of poems, "Native Species," has been named one of three finalists for the Midwest Book Award. Davis's work is also featured in a new anthology, and in "Gray's Sporting Journal."
Carolyn Mahan, professor of biology, and Lisa Emili, associate professor of physical geography and environmental studies, will present "Hawai'i: culture, geology, natural history components in an immersive, inter-disciplinary course"
Brian Black, distinguished professor of history and environmental studies and head of the Division of Arts and Humanities at Penn State Altoona, recently gave a series of invited lectures on Gettysburg and energy transitions during World War I.
Brian Black, distinguished professor of history and environmental studies, presented "Closing the Loop: Informing our Energy Transition with New Knowledge" at the "In the Shadow of the Petrochemical Smokestack" conference recently held in Lyon, France.