The scholars who were invited to present at Socio-Environmental Immersion Program workshops were asked to provide an overview of their respective disciplines, covering history, foundational theories and methods, and linkages within the overall discipline to socio-environmental issues and research. Scholars were also asked to cover in-depth their specific subdiscipline or area of expertise within their field as it relates to socio-environmental work. The original lecture formats varied in terms of length, style, and organization of ideas. In the edited video lectures offered here, we created modules that are each 30–45 minutes in length and that present a coherent subset of the ideas covered in the entire lecture. No content was cut, but lectures were edited to maintain internal consistency and to provide educators and students with stand-alone modules that can be watched separately or in sequence.
Along with each video lecture, we provide a written summary of lecture content, as well as the reading list suggested by the original presenter. We also include, for download as a PDF file, the slides used by the presenter. Full citations for all images seen on the slides in the video lectures are provided in the PDF file, and copyright was requested for all images (many are registered under Creative Commons licenses, and all use is for free, educational purposes only and so falls under fair use).
The links below lead to the landing page for each workshop, where you can find links to the individual lectures.