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             Spring 2013-14           

Welcome to the Environmental Studies Webpage!

NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON!

MSES is still accepting applications for the 2014-15 school year. We have begun reviewing applications but candidates are welcome to apply.

  • Click here to get to Ohio University's homepage.
  • To get to Ohio University's Graduate Catalog, follow THIS link.
  • Alumni! We would love to hear from you! Please check out this online form.
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  • Email us at our Environmental Studies email - mses@ohio.edu

NEWS

  • Research presentation March 26th by Devin Sapsford from Cardiff University in Cardiff, Wales at 1:00pm in Room 221 Building 22 at The Ridges. The presentation will be on Low pH Iron Oxidation and Removal in UK.
  • Dr. Natalie Kruse Appalachian Agroecology and Biocultural Diversity, June 8-13, 2014 ES 4900/ES 5900 - 3 Credit Hours First Summer Session 2014. For more information, click HERE!
  • Employment opportunity with Audubon International (Albany, NY) - Associate Director of Environmental Programs. Click HERE for more information.
  • Internship opportunity with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service! Visit HERE for more information.
  • Click HERE to view the recent Science Cafe Talk with Dr. Scott Moody!
  • For your convenience, make sure to speak with or make an appointment with faculty to know their office hours before coming to see them!
    • Also, check out the bus schedule so you don't miss a ride up to The Ridges! Athens Public Transit has many routes and locations at different times!
 

This is an interdisciplinary program of graduate coursework and research. Created in 1970, the program meets the needs of students looking for a broader academic experience than a traditional course of study can provide. The program gives students the flexibility to pursue coursework and research spanning several disciplines. Students' backgrounds run the gamut from business, humanities, and social sciences to physical and biological sciences and engineering.

 
 

This certificate program offers non-Environmental Studies majors the necessary multidisciplinary skills and global awareness needed to understand the broader impacts of personal consumer choices on the environment. The certificate will expose graduate students from many disciplines to the economic, societal, and environmental effects of consumer choice and enhance the graduate degree of the student by incorporating problem-solving and critical thinking skills into the certificate program.

 
 

Offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, this program supplements existing majors with an interdisciplinary study of the biophysical environment and the complex interactions between humans, other organisms, and the environment. The program is open to students in any major, but it is especially relevant for educators and those seeking environmentally related careers in government, business, law, and consulting firms.

 
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Environmental Studies
Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs
The Ridges Building 22, Ohio University
Email: mses@ohio.edu
Tel: 740-593-9358
Fax: 740-593-0924

Current as of '8 May 2013'

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