SEMIS Coalition and related projects in the headlines!
Teachers community partners honored for commitment innovation in STEM education, Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, March 3, 2023
People pictured include: Ethan Lowenstein, Lisa Volker (Southeast Michigan Stewardship Initiative); Scott Heister (MiSTEM Network); Jill Cain (Three Fires Elementary School, Howell Public Schools); John Riedeman (Jackson Area Career Center, JCISD).
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Centering the classroom on climate resilience, Michigan Radio, NPR, December 9, 2019.
Civic Environmental Science in Urban Schools, in Green Schools National Network, December 12, 2019.
‘Place-based learning’ invigorates school with real-world experience, The Detroit News, front page, December 13, 2019
As its population falls, Detroit adjust, Wall Street Journal, April 17, 2017
Out of the Classroom: Learning comes alive when students engage in place-based education, Eastern Magazine: The magazine of Eastern Michigan University, 2017
Fostering Youth Leadership in Urban Places, Green Teacher Magazine, article originally appears in the Summer 2016 Issue
Education Coalition works to connect Detroit students with their community, Detroit Metro Times, 2016
Eastern Michigan University professor recognized for his dedication to building partnerships between schools and community partners, Eastern Michigan University’s EMU Today, 2016
Green Living: Growing Visionary Educational Communities, Crazy Wisdom Journal, 2015
Southeast Michigan Stewardship Coalition hosts annual community forum at Eastern Michigan University, celebrates importance of young stewards in local communities, Eastern Michigan University’s EMU Today, 2015
Recent Journal Publications and Research
Place-based civic science--collective environmental action and solidarity for eco-resilience
This article is written by SEMIS research partners and SEMIS staff: Erin Gallay, Miriam Furlan-Brighente, Constance Flanagan & Ethan Lowenstein, 2022.
Flanagan, C., Gallay, E., Pykett, A., & Smallwood, M. (2019). The Environmental Commons in Urban Communities: The Potential of Place-Based Education. Frontiers in Psychology, 10. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00226
The Environmental Commons in Urban Communities: The Potential of Place-Based Education
Flanagan, C., Gallay, E., Pykett, A., & Smallwood, M. (2019). Frontiers in Psychology, 10. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00226
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