20th Anniversary of CES

A Resilient 20 Years at CES 

The 2019-2020 Academic Year marks the Center for Environment & Society’s 20th Anniversary of being a Center at Washington College.  

The Center for Environment & Society at Washington College was created in 1999 to promote interdisciplinary learning, research and exemplary stewardship of natural and cultural resources. Its primary objective is to support the integration of ecological and social values. Over the last twenty years, we have worked to not only remain resilient as an organization within Washington College, but to foster an environment of resilience for WC students and aim to prepare them to be a generation of resilient leaders.  

Come out and celebrate with us throughout the year at one of our many “CES at 20” events. Check out our calendar and the events sections below for a list of our upcoming events. 

 

CES at 20 Events:  

Sept. 17 at 5:30pm in the Litrenta Lecture Hall of Toll Science Center – CES at 20: Celebrating with Foraging and Feasting, a presentation by author Dina Falconi 

Sept. 21 from 12-4pm at Wilmer Park – CES at 20: Celebrate at the Waterfront - Come and celebrate CES’s 20th Anniversary of being a Signature Center at Washington College during our annual Fall Family Weekend event and Annual Cardboard Boat Race! Enjoy an afternoon on the river with live music, beer, wine, food, and more, followed by our 13th Annual Cardboard Boat Race in the Chester River. 

We will also be cutting the ribbon on WC’s latest Waterfront Campus Building, Semans-Griswold Environmental Hall, this fall.  

Keep an eye out for more events to come!