Welcome to the Environmental Studies Program at Boston College.
The Environmental Studies Program provides students with an understanding of the issues facing our planet as we strive to develop paths toward a sustainable future, from perspectives in the social and natural sciences, arts, and the humanities.
We are an interdisciplinary program that offers a major and minor in the College of Arts and Sciences, involving students and faculty throughout the University.
Students surveying a New Hampshire river
Students from EESC 3310 Agroecology measuring vegetative cover in a cover crop plot
Agroecology student preparing a garden plot for a class experiment
Students from EESC3310 Agroecology at Clark Farm in Carlisle, Massachusetts
The student run Brighton Garden, behind the Dance building, is a living laboratory for Environmental Studies students
Students studying vegetation changes in a New Hampshire river.
Rain or shine Agroecology students are out collecting data in the Brighton Garden
Students from EESC3310 Agroecology take part in a semester long cover crop experiment
Students from EESC3310 Agroecology learning about weed management in a carrot field at Siena Farm in Concord, Massachusetts
Powering Forward: Why Changing Political Winds Can't Stop the Energy Revolution
McGuinn Hall, Room 121
Tara Pisanigareau (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. William R. Moomaw, Emeritus Professor of International Environmental Policy and Founding Director of the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy at The Fletcher School, Tufts University
5:30 PM – 6:45 PM
Stokes Hall, South, S195