Housed in the School of Humanities and Sciences, the new Department of Environmental Studies and Science encompasses two previously launched bachelor of arts programs: environmental studies and environmental science.
Both have grown substantially since their inception, boasting over 100 students currently enrolled in a major or minor.
Whether producing and analyzing biodiesels developed from dining services’ used vegetable oil or studying plant-insect coevolution in Ecuador, environmental science students are gaining amazing insight from hands-on experiences.
And that’s not all!
In December, environmental studies students traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark, for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
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