Student Activities & Organizations
EVS Graduate Student Association
The Environmental Studies Graduate Student Association (EVS-GSA) is organized to promote knowledge, research, and involvement activities among the Environmental Studies graduate students.
Monthly meetings are held to inform members of upcoming social, volunteer, and discipline related events. Environmental topics of interest are discussed and a guest speaker presents at these meetings to offer professional insight.
The EVS-GSA provides financial funding for travel grants, equipment and other fees associated with accelerating professional interest and fellowship among graduate students and the community.
The Coastal Society
The Coastal Society is a national organization of private sector, academic, and government professionals and students. The Society is dedicated to actively addressing emerging coastal issues by fostering dialogue, forging partnerships, and promoting communication and education (http://www.thecoastalsociety.org). TCS helps to foster the next generation of coastal leaders through student chapters. The entirely student run chapters are committed to furthering the mission of TCS. Each chapter focuses on local coastal issues through education, restoration, and fund-raising. In 2013, the UNC Wilmington Chapter was founded. Our Chapter promotes wise use of coastal environments and provides a forum for professionals and students. Every month TCS hosts guest speakers, volunteer events, and social events. Guest speakers are selected from local, state, and national environmental professionals. TCS is open to all undergraduate and graduate students interested in the coastal environment and willing to lend a helping hand. Working with local environmental organizations on coastal restoration projects not only is beneficial for the environment, but also great for networking.
Stay connected by joining our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UNCWCoastalSociety. For more information, contact UNCW TCS President, Brittany Pace at email@example.com or faculty advisors Devon Eulie (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Larry Cahoon (email@example.com).