Through research, teaching and community engagement, the School of Social Ecology focuses on science based solutions to social and environmental problems. Our work is organized into three research hubs.


Méndez and Climate Change book cover

Faculty book receives second award

Méndez wins Association for Humanist Sociology’s Betty and Alfred McClung Lee Award

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David Feldman

Technologies that could solve California’s droughts

Policies, and especially attitudes toward water, will have to shift as climate change makes drought more severe, says David Feldman

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Pandemic archive artwork

Students create pandemic archive

Field study focuses on student reflections 

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