We believe today's environmental problems require interdisciplinary thinking and integrated solutions. Our department trains students to see these problems from multiple perspectives: scientific, humanistic, political, ethical, cultural, historical, and geographic. Students have opportunities to do original, hands-on, mentored projects in the context of science, social values, writing, and economic and political realities.
ENVS faculty also involve students in their research focused on local freshwater quality, soil contamination, archaeology, forest management, aquaponics, sustainability in the global south, local environmental history, policy, and communication about current environmental issues.
Exciting news, accomplishments, grants and presentations both on-and-off campus!
- ENVS Alumni Update - Ben Lesser '16
- ENVS Alumni Update - Jordan Frey '15
- STEM Educators Can No Longer Be Apolitical by Jason G. Hamilton and Thomas J. Pfaff
- ENVS Alumni Update - Jake Barney '17
- ENVS Alumni Update - Caitlyn Patullo '17
- ENVS Alumni Update - Josh Enderle '17
- ENVS Students Present at IC's 125th Anniversary
- Environmental Studies and Sciences Associate Professor Chris Sinton Published Paper as First Author
- New ENVS research on the cannabis agricultural frontier
- WATCH: Student workers maintain the IC Natural Lands
- Environmental Studies and Sciences Professor Susan Allen-Gil Receives Mini-Grant from The Finger Lakes Project
- Laura Waxman '19, Environmental Studies major, selected as one of the first BOLD Scholars at Ithaca College
- Fall 2017- London Center Sabbatical Awardee, Associate Professor Chris Sinton
- New ENVS Course for Fall 2017 - Trees in the Environment & Society
- Fall 2017 - ENVS Faculty Member Awarded Fulbright Research Grant, Associate Professor Michael Smith
- Sept 12, 2017 - Susan Allen Gil's Environmental Health and Medicine Lab visit Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom