For over two decades, teachers, students, community leaders, and concerned citizens have come to the Center for Global Environmental Education for inspired learning and outstanding educational resources.
The Center's pioneering work in environmental education is grounded in the tradition of progressive learning that has been a hallmark of Hamline University's School of Education. The Center's strategic use of technology creates and supports global communities of learners committed to the stewardship of local environments.
To foster environmental literacy and stewardship in citizens of all ages. The Center accomplishes its purpose through four cornerstones.
1. Graduate Education and Professional Development 2. Community Outreach 3. K-12 and Youth Resources 4. Educational Multimedia Production
Save the Date - Thurs, November 6, 5-8pm
Please join us for the CGEE's 24th Anniversary Celebration in the beautiful Anderson Student Center on the Hamline University campus. Help us celebrate "One River Thinking" and our work on the St. Croix and Mississippi Rivers.
Artist-in-Residence Solo Exhibit
Bonnie Ploger, also a Hamline Biology Professor, is exhibiting work based on her cave explorations Sept 3-27, 2014 at Robbin Gallery in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. See a few photos of the reception sponsored by CGEE on our Facebook page.
Photos from our State Fair Eco-Action ExhibitSee photos of fairgoers, in goalie gear with labeled trashcan lids, guarding a giant storm drain. The exhibit was focused on keeping our lakes and streams clean - see six tips for helping to do this.
Another Electric Motorcycle Land Speed Record
The CGEE Energy and Transportation Fellow, Kevin Clemens, set another electric motorcycle land speed record (subject to AMA verification) at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah! The Bonneville Speed Trials took place August 23-28, 2014. See photos of his streamlined motorcycle on our Facebook page.
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Environmental Education Certificate