Congratulations to Dr. Phoebe Godfrey and Juan Pablo Yepes Tobón, who were awarded a grant for $6,203.00 from the 2022 Environmental and Social Sustainability Small Grants (ESSSG) Program to fund their proposal of Non-Violence Mindfulness Training and a Mother Earth Day Festival. The Office of Sustainability and the Institute of the Environment began a funding […]
Three students had the opportunity to facilitate a Mindfulness and Activism Workshop for Professor in Residence, Phoebe Godfrey’s Social Theory class. Here is what her students had to say about the workshop: “This workshop, in our opinion, was a complete success! Being able to teach the true importance of mindfulness and activism was a great […]
This November, Professor in Residence Phoebe Godfrey attended the second week of the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP), of the UNFCCC (United Nations Frame-work Convention on Climate Change). COP27 took place in Sharm el-Sheikh, and took place from November 6th to November 18th. Professor Godfrey was joined by fourteen current UConn students as well as a number of other faculty.
Check out this video featuring Sociology Professor Phoebe Godfrey and her work with the Commercially Licensed Co-operative Kitchen, or CLiCK Willimantic. CLiCK is a place where anyone from the community can learn vital skills, from growing food to working in the food industry, and where incubating businesses can use the facilities to get their businesses off the ground with fewer start-up funds.
Congratulations to Phoebe Godfrey on her promotion to Professor in Residence! Read more about the Promotions, Tenure, and Renewal process in UConn Today.
If you missed the virtual book launch for Global Im-Possibilities, co-edited by Phoebe Godfrey, on October 14th, 2021 check out the recording below!
Check out a recent article on UConn Today, titled “UConn Authors Exploring Just Sustainabilities,” where they interview Associate Professor in Residence of Sociology, Phoebe Godfrey, about a recent book of case studies she edited called Global Im-Possibilities which explores the concept of “just sustainabilities,” including policies, practices, and challenges, faced by individuals and governments working toward […]
Check out the virtual book launch for Global Im-Possibilities, co-edited by Phoebe Godfrey, October 14th, 2021, from 6:00 – 7:30. The event is free and all are welcome to join! Register Here
You won’t want to miss this free two day event, Building Bridges: Being in Nature, hosted by NatureRx! Sociology Associate Professor in Residence Phoebe Godfrey will participate on the second day, NatureRx at UConn: Connecting with nature for better well-being and metal health. This in person mini-symposium brings together UConn researchers, educators, mental health providers for […]
Check out a recent article on UConn Today, titled “Sustainability, Community, and Food–Theory Meets Action for UConn Undergrads,” where they recognize Associate Professor in Residence of Sociology, Phoebe Godfrey, as a faculty member dedicated to teaching classes for the Sustainable Community Food Systems Minor. ***Excerpt from article*** “Sustainable Community Food Systems provides motivated undergraduates with […]