Welcome to the School for the Environment. The School for the Environment is the University of Massachusetts Boston's premier transdisciplinary environmental school. The school 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 off the coast of Djibouti. Please read our website or visit us in person to learn more about the work we do, and how you can get involved. Welcome!
Join us for our weekly Wednesday seminar 2:00 PM in McCormack M01-0207
Summer 2017 Nantucket Field Station Courses
6/4-6/17 HIST 374 The Whaling Women of Nantucket (US DIV & HU)
6/18-7/1 BIOL 340 Marine Mammals
7/9-7/22 ENVSCI 390 Changing Coastal Environments
7/23-8/5 BIOL 306 Marine and Coastal Ecological Research
8/6-8/19 BIOL 100 Coastal Ecology (NS Gen Ed)
7/31-8/19 ENVSCI 406 GIT Data Collection and Field Methods
for more information and applications check out our web page
https://www.umb.edu/nantucket/higher_education or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE -application for scholarships due April 15th Battle Scholarship Application
Check out the makerspace on the 3rd floor of the Science Building http://makerspace.umb.edu/
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM April 19th
(credit to Emily Moothart)
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