TEACHING PROFESSOR AND UNDERGRADUATE ADVISOR
415 Stratton Hall
Sandy Woodson has taught ethics, environmental ethics and writing at the Colorado School of Mines since 1999, and since 2003 she has served as the LAIS Undergraduate Advisor. She earned an MA in Environmental Ethics from Colorado State University, where her research focused on Hindu metaphysics as a grounding for environmental ethics. She also earned an MFA in Creative Writing—Nonfiction—from the University of Montana. She has received the Associated Writing Program’s “Intro Award” for new writers, and has previously been published in The Cimarron Review and the Bellevue Literary Review.
- Environmental Ethics (Senior Seminar)
- Environmental Engineering Field Session
- McBride Honors Program—Science, Technology and Ethics