Caroline McKissick, the 2019 recipient of the Fellowship, is completing her senior year at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia.
Dave Rowley’s life is already a great story that will become deeper and richer in its narrative of vocation in creation care as Dave continues his work.
In Aquatic Biology, Dan provides students with the fruits of decades of teaching and research experience, directly investigating aquatic plants and animals in the field, along with their adaptations to the aquatic environment and the ecological systems in which they function.
This year, Au Sable is honored to announce that the 2019 recipient of the Calvin B. DeWitt Leadership Fellowship is Keely Schultz of the University of Northwestern – Saint Paul (UNWSP)(Minnesota).
Rev. Gerry Koning is the 2019 recipient of the Creation Care Pastoral Leadership Award, a recognition given by the Au Sable Institute to a church leader who is committed to serving, protecting and restoring God’s earth.
Funding Will Allow 250 Students to Participate in Environmental Education Programming
Insects are a window into the world of biology.
The Au Sable Institute has adopted a four mile stretch of the North Country Trail.
Study under Rachel Lamb in Environmental Law and Policy and learn how science can inform the policy making process while diving into topics of environmental ethics, environmental justice and environmental advocacy. Rachel presents a multi-disciplinary approach to caring for God’s world when Christians’ role in engaging with environmental policy could not be more timely.
Aquatic Biology is perfectly situated in northern Michigan’s “headwater country,” where national and state scenic rivers like the Jordan, the Manistee, and the Au Sable begin. Northern Michigan is also an area with a high density of lakes, bogs and springs, surrounded by the three Great Lakes of Michigan, Huron, and Superior.