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Wolf River Canoe Trip
Students enrolled in History 270: Global Environmental History embarked on a canoe trip down the Wolf River.

Teton Science School
Nine Rhodes students recently participated in the inaugural Rocky Mountain Ecology Maymester course in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Quapaw Canoe Trip
Students enrolled in the Environmental Studies Learning Community: Wild Places and Human Spaces in fall of 2009 canoed the Mississippi River.

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Prof. Jennifer Sciubba, who has been a presenter at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, discusses how she organizes her courses around population and environmental trends to help her classes understand how these trends impact international issues such as war and peace, poverty, military manpower, and migration.

Prof. Jeffrey Jackson, Department of History, on how communities survive natural disasters. Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Something Jackson has learned in researching one of the worst floods is Paris history is that cities with a sense of community and strong social networks are the ones that tend to survive better when struck by natural disasters. Jackson is author of Paris Under Water and discusses the book in more detail in the video.