Students participate in seed collection as part of a class trip in Baruch’s Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development course. Photo by Mitch Waxman.

 

Baruch’s Environmental Science program includes faculty and student researchers active across multiple areas and courses that engage students at various levels.  Check out the links above for information on participating faculty, courses, and opportunities to get involved in academic programs or research experiences.

News and Updates

A new scholarship funded by ALAC International has been established to support students pursuing research in the field of environmental sustainability. The Department of Natural Science will award one or two scholarships in each year. The first scholarships will be awarded in Fall 2019, and applications are due by May 10, 2019.  You can find more information and the application here.

Baruch is hosting a series of talks on climate change this semester.  These interdisciplinary talks cover issues ranging from business opportunities to human perceptions of climate change. Check out the schedule and RSVP here.