The Sustainable Seafood Collaboratory is "live" online.
UMass Boston and COP21 - leveraging our climate research strengths to advance policy
Graduate and undergraduate students conducting research on a topic related to an environmental issue: submit an abstract (poster or oral presentation) for the 4th Annual Environmental Research Colloquium by March 1. The colloquium is April 20.
Come take a summer course at our Nantucket Field Station. Earn between 2-4 credits in 2-3 weeks. Courses in Marine Mammals, Marine Ecological Research, Spiders, GIT and/or History . https://www.umb.edu/academics/caps/summer_programs/nantucket
Welcome to the School for the Environment. The School for the Environment is the University of Massachusetts Boston's premier transdisciplinary environmental school. SFE integrates the natural and social sciences, liberal arts, governance, and business to generate and apply new knowledge about the quality of our environment and the sustainable use of its resources.
The research sites of our faculty and students range from local to global, from enabling coastal community resilience right here in Boston Harbor to the impacts of climate change on coral reef ecosystems. Please read our website or visit us in person to learn more about the work we do, and how you can get involved. Welcome!
Gain practical experience in conserving our natural resources this summer! Open to graduate and undergraduate students. Read More
Want to meet academic leaders and hear the latest about environmental issues? Looking to add to your tool kit new skills like media communications? Read More
From television to radio to ship board off of the coast of Antarctica, what are our faculty up to these days? Read More