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Contact Center for Environmental Stewardship
Kimberly Tucker, Ph.D., Director
Phone: 443-334-2071
Mailing Address:
Stevenson University

1525 Greenspring Valley Road
Stevenson, Maryland 21153

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Baltimore Environmental Exchange Network Events

Upcoming Networking Events 

Thursday, March 30, 2017
March 2017 Networking Event

Please join the BEE Network on Thursday March 30, 2017 for a networking happy hour at Zen West (5916 York Rd, Baltimore) starting at 5:45 p.m. BEE Network members are also invited to attend the Baltimore Environmental Film Series screening of documentary City of Trees at the historic Senator Theater on March 30, at 7 p.m. City of Trees is a documentary film about greening, green job training, and justice efforts with Washington Parks & People. For more information, click here.  

 

Past Networking Events 

February 2017 Networking Event 

BEE Network Happy Hour at Stevenson University immediately following the guest panel lecture entitled, “Sustainability in the “Real World”: Preparing Students for Tomorrow’s Careers” featuring sustainability professionals from a variety of industries.  


November 2016 Networking Event 

BEE Network Happy Hour at Stevenson University immediately following the guest lecture entitled, “Towards Greater Equity and Inclusivity in Environmental Sciences” by Cynthia Malone from the American Museum of Natural History.  


October 2016 Networking Event 

To share best practices for infusing climate change and sustainability concepts across the curriculum and integrating them with experiential co-curricular initiatives, the BEE hosted a professional development workshop at Loyola University Maryland.  Special emphasis was placed on combining scientific and societal approaches to understanding the societal implications and effects of climate change in an effort to build salience and agency among students.  The day-long workshop included a keynote address by Tom Pelton (Environmental Integrity Project and WYPR host), a panel of experienced educators, and interdisciplinary activities intended to merge disciplinary approaches and to integrate them into curricular and/or co-curricular experiences.

 
 
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