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  • Baja 2015!

    Sixteen students chose to devote their Spring Break to study the natural history of Baja California Sur with Dr. John Farnsworth and Dr. Roger Luckenbach. Lisa McMonagle '15 shares her experience.

  • William Burke '13, Environmental Science - WET track

    William worked on a Cumulative Environmental Impact Assessment and a GIS project in Nicaragua with ESS professors Iris Stewart-Frey and Chris Bacon. He co-authored a peer-reviewed article and is currently a graduate student in Geography at Indiana University.

  • Faculty Summer Plans

    For ESS faculty, summer is not really time off—it’s time when we can focus on our scholarship without the distractions of teaching.

  • Congratulations Chris, Virginia, and Leslie!

    ESS faculty members Chris Bacon, Virginia Matzek, and Leslie Gray were recently awarded tenure and/or a promotion.

    ESS faculty members Chris Bacon, Virginia Matzek, and Leslie Gray were recently awarded tenure and/or a promotion.

  • Scholarships available for ENVS Baja class

    ENVS's popular Natural History of Baja California class will be offered in Winter quarter 2017, and now there will be scholarship assistance for students with documented financial need.

  • The International Path to SCU

    What inspires international students to come to SCU? Environmental science and economics major Mingfei Xiong ’18 shares his experience.

  • Class of 2017

    Congratulations to our Environmental Studies & Sciences graduates

  • Leslie Gray

    Leslie Gray gave the keynote speech at a workshop organized by the U.N.

  • Martin Perez '18

    Martin Perez is working with ESS faculty on environmental health issues in Nicaragua and Santa Clara County.