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Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Research & Scholarly Activities

How CEES impacts the world

Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Sustainability Clinic

Helping communities reach sustainability goals

Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Funding Opportunities

CEES supports scholarly activities

Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Sustainability Graduate Programs

Sustainability Graduate Programs



Welcome

The Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES) at Wake Forest University serves as a catalyst, linking Wake Forest with the global community, to advance research and education in energy, environment, and sustainability.

We work on some of the most defining issues of our time and we invite you to join us in finding solutions to these challenges.

Upcoming Events

  • The search for an impact career

    This November the MA in Sustainability program brought Katie Kross to campus to provide an insider’s guide to the sustainability job search. Kross, who is the managing director of the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Economy at Duke University, provided a two-day impact career series. The series included…

  • Sustaining Dance

    Dance is an increasingly popular art form for the investigation of cultural understandings of nature. Associate Professor of Dance, Christina Soriano, engaged her students in just such an investigation this semester. Soriano, who was a member of the 2014 Magnolias Curriculum Project cohort, modified her Dance Composition class to incorporate…

  • GMO’s: Fear, Facts, Farms, and Food

    By Gloria Muday and Susan Fahrbach, Department of Biology Every day, we decide what to eat. These daily decisions have profound impact on both our own health and the health of our planet. The mantra “eat your vegetables” is spoken by parents at dinner tables around the world, but not…

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