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Environmental Resource Student Union (ERSU)
January 14th: First Spring Semester General Meeting!
We would like to thank everyone who attended the ERSU meetings in the Fall semester. Our first meeting of the 2016 year will be next Thursday on January 14th, from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm in West Mall Center, Room 2609. We will be welcoming new members and discussing upcoming events and ideas such as the Spring clothing swap, snowshoeing, or hiking. Looking forward to seeing everybody there! learn more →
Congratulations and Welcome the 2015 - 2016 Executive Team!
Congratulations to the newly elected Environmental Resource Student Union executive team! We are excited to organize and bring you socials, events, and opportunities to get involved in the ERSU as well as the Faculty of Environments. If you would like to get involved with us, we welcome you to our meetings. Alternatively, feel free to drop a message or email to one of our members about ways you could potentially get involved! learn more →
The ERSU Events Calendar: Upcoming Events
Visit our Events Calendar for information about upcoming events hosted by both the Environmental Resource Student Union and other Faculty or similar interest-based societies. The Events Calendar is the best way to stay up to date on what's happening with the ERSU, especially if you would like to participate and join us on our outings! learn more →
Get the Latest Scoop on the ERSU: Join Our Facebook Group
Would you like to stay in touch with the Environmental Resource Student Union outside of the meetings and events? All important announcements as well as event postings get posted there, so if you want to stay in the loop and also get to know the union better, join our Facebook group! learn more →
Who Are We?
The Environmental Resource Student Union (ERSU) is a group of students passionate about protecting natural resources for future generations, while creating prosperous, vibrant communities. We strongly believe that providing students with experiential learning experiences beyond the classroom not only creates more engaged individuals, but also leads to potential career opportunities. [Learn More]
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