Virtual Program: Engaging W&M Students in Real-World Conservation and Social Justice at Highland
April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join us on Tuesday, April 13 from noon-1:00 p.m. for the virtual One Tribe One Day program: Engaging W&M Students in Real-World Conservation and Social Justice at Highland. This public panel discussion will focus on a new student-led vision for William & Mary’s 535-acre campus at James Monroe’s Highland as an interactive field laboratory for students to engage in research that advances conservation and environmental justice in Virginia. A collaboration between the Charles Center, the Institute for Integrative Conservation, and Highland, this research project will activate Highland as a center for place-based learning where students work alongside community stakeholders and conservation partners to address pressing issues.