We have a number of resources that have been created by our staff and students. We hope that these will be useful for teachers to help bring exciting new research into the classroom. Prospective students may also find them helpful to get a flavour for life at CLES Cornwall.
Geography Unearthed is a monthly newsletter produced by students, for students. It contains reports on campus events, interviews with academics and university staff, and light-hearted features such as ‘Diary of a Geographer’. This newsletter provides a great insight into life in the Centre for Geography, Environment and Society.
Tellus is a research blog written by a group of our undergraduate students. The blog aims to make research, both from scientists within our department and across the world, more engaging and accessible.
The Natural Selection
The Natural Selection Podcast, created by our students, brings you cutting edge research from University of Exeter's Centre for Ecology and Conservation in Cornwall.
Each month there will be a new interview with the researchers themselves on brand new research, covering topics from conservation to evolution. Also featured are special episodes on the podcast team’s time at university, including the exotic field trips University of Exeter bioscience students experience in Borneo, Africa and the Bahamas.
Naturewatch is a project run by Ecosoc, WildDocSoc and CLES working with students from the University of Exeter and Falmouth University to create short episodes focusing on Cornish wildlife.
We also have a magazine aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils. Chough Stuff is created by scientists in the college and contains science-themed puzzles and activities.
Download it here: