Another site for internships via the National Council for Science and the Environment
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): The College of Wooster is a member of AASHE, which gives our students access to their ‘Member Only’ Resources. (Access Instructions).
The College of Wooster Environmental Studies Lounge Area: All students are welcome to enjoy the lounge area next to the Environmental Studies Office (Morgan 303). The lounge comes furnished with a table, chairs, sofas, and a mini-library. Students are welcome to borrow any books on the bookshelf; please return them when done. (List of books available in the lounge).
If you want to receive updates about Environmental Studies events and opportunities, the best information sharing venue is the listserv, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can sign yourself up at http://lists.wooster.edu, or send e-mail to Professor Susan Clayton and ask to be signed up. The listserv is open to all faculty, students, and staff of the College.
Does your Senior I.S. contribute to our understanding of sustainability or the environment? If so, please apply for the I.S. Research Prize in Sustainability and the Environment. This prize was established to recognize excellence in undergraduate research focused on environmental issues. Submission deadline is March 29, 2013. Prize winners will receive a cash award and be featured on a panel during the Senior Research Symposium. Visit the prize website for more information. We encourage submissions from all disciplines! Contact Rebecca Pappert, Shelley Judge or Matthew Broda with questions.
Energy Action Coalition: A youth-led coalition of 50 organizations working together to fight for a clean, just, and renewable energy future.
3-2 PROGRAM WITH DUKE
Qualified students may participate in a joint program with the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University. The program leads to a B.A. from Wooster and a Master’s Degree in Forestry or Environmental Management from Duke. Various specializations or tracks are possible within the environmental management program. The Wooster degree will be awarded upon the successful completion of the first year of the two-year professional curriculum at Duke. In addition to satisfying the requirements for a combined professional training program at Wooster, students must complete prerequisites that vary, depending on the track at Duke that the student elects to pursue. A more complete description of the program is available from Dr. Marilyn Loveless in the Biology Department.