ENV 595a,b () / 2022-2023
Yale Environment Review
Fall 2022: Th, 12:00-1:00, Sage 41c
Spring 2023: Tu, 4:00-5:00, Sage 41c
The Yale Environment Review is a student-run publication that aims to increase access to the latest developments in environmental studies. We aim to shed light on cutting-edge environmental research through summaries, analysis, and interviews. During this one-credit course, students produce one or two articles on subjects of their choosing for publication on the YER website. Please refer to our Canvas page for an overview of the different types of content that YER produces. Students receive coaching to improve their writing skills, and their work goes through a rigorous editing process. Participation in Yale Environment Review helps students sharpen their writing skills and familiarize themselves with science communication, and it provides a platform to showcase their expertise. Enrollment is limited to sixteen, and the class is selected through an application process. Application instructions can be found on our Canvas page. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Class meets five to six times throughout the term, dates to be announced. An information session will be held on a date to be determined.
This is the application for the Yale Environment Review (ENV 595), a student-run publication and course. Enrollment is limited.
Please send questions to email@example.com, where editor-in-chief Zack Steigerwald Schall or communications director Mara MacDonell, will answer your questions as soon as possible.
Application due Friday, December 16th at 5:00pm EST.