Luís M. A. Bettencourt: A Distinguished Lecture on Cities and Complexity. Followed by a discussion by Professors Enid Slack and Steve Easterbrook, moderated by Dr. Judy Farvolden.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - Friday, October 18, 2019
The School of the Environment provides undergraduate programs, some in collaboration with other disciplines, to help students to prepare for a variety of vital environmental careers. Undergraduate programs in Environmental Science (BSc Major and Minor) and Environment Studies (BA Major and Minor) provide our undergraduate students with broad interdisciplinary perspectives to enable them to think critically and act effectively in moving our society towards sustainability. The Collaborative Environment Graduate Specializations (Environmental Studies and Environment & Health) provide students with an opportunity to pursue interdisciplinary graduate education, in conjunction with other disciplines.More...
Research conducted by our faculty, post-doctoral and graduate students span a range of academic areas of study. From climate research, to environmental policy, to socio-economic effects of environmental health issues, the School is a inter-disciplinary hub of research activity.More...