Providing Support and Advocacy for CSUF Environmental
Why does Environmental Studies Need a Student
The Environmental Studies Program is just that,
a program, and therefore it does not have as many
the resources that are typically available to departments.
What we lack in departmental support, we make up for
in our flexibility and in the resources that our large
student body of environmental professionals bring to
the program. All regularly enrolled Environmental Studies
Students are automatically members. Get
involved with ESSA today!
ESSA Council Members
• President – Elaine Long
Vice-President –Sarah Goldstein
Treasurer – Julie Cain
Events Coordinator - Michael Mikulewicz
Inter-Club Council (ICC) Representative –Julie Cain
• ESSA Faculty Advisor, John Bock, firstname.lastname@example.org
|"The Environmental Studies Student Association in partnership with the Center for Sustainability will host the Local, Organic, andSustainable Food Expo. The Event’s purpose is to raise awareness and
promote local, organic, and sustainably grown foods and the local businesses that use them. Visitors will get a “taste” of the different ways that our community is integrating this growing food movement into our local economy and daily lives. The Local, Organic and Sustainable Food Expo will have several local farmers, food vendors, small businesses, and local organizations and clubs who
advocate and promote the use of local foods. Admission is free to the public. Guests will be able to purchase food products on hand and speak to vendors about how to introduce locally grown foods into theirown lives."
For more upcoming events and meetings please check ESSA on Blackboard via your student portal.
Each spring ESSA prepares a Program newsletter for
ENST students. All ENST students are welcome to submit
an article and any help is appreciated. Newsletter
submissions for this spring are due in the ENST Office
by April 30th.
Some possible ways that you could help:
Submit a short article describing your career and academic
experiences while making note of the challenges and
rewards faced along the way.
Provide interesting news or environmentally related
professional contacts and tips that could be passed
on to help other ENST students.
• ENST 500 Field Trip - Spring 2008
• ESSA at the Green Scene - Spring 2008 -
• ESSA Hike with the Sierra Club - April, 2008