Date of Award
Honors College Thesis
English; Communication Studies
Martina Sciolino, Ph.D.
My work engages digital communications, traditional writing, and campus/community engagement in order to curate emergent knowledge of environmental citizenship and sustainable development. In the city of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, there has been a growing interest in environmental literacy both on the University of Southern Mississippi campus and within the city community. Environmental literacy takes many forms from informational sessions, fundraisers and events, to outright activism. This work informs my evolving identity as an editor as I choreograph traditional transcripts into a digital sphere in order to provide a collective space for related interests.
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Hotard, Anna E., "Facilitating Environmental Literacy in a Socio-Digital Landscape" (2016). Honors Theses. 402.