Emily Van Auken ’18 Earns Prestigious Undergraduate Scholarship from NOAA
Stonehill environmental science major Emily Van Auken ’18 has been chosen for the Class of 2016 Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program.Story
It’s Evolution, Baby: Stonehill Revamps the Environmental Program
“In the coming decades, there will be a real need for people who can understand the way the Earth works and who can help guide decision-makers with sound science. We’re preparing our students to step into that role.”
Science on the High Seas
SEA Semester affiliation puts Stonehill students at the heart of oceanographic research around the globe.
Stonehill's Affiliation with the University of Notre Dame Gives Students Two Degrees in Five Years and a Valuable Advantage
Professor Surprised to Find Environmental Science Course Filled with Business Majors
Professor Sue Mooney responded the way she always does – she carefully tailored the class to the students’ interests.
Thomas Gumbley ’16 Awarded Competitive EPA Fellowship
Economics and Environmental Studies major Thomas Gumbley ’16 has been awarded a $50,000 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowship For Undergraduate Environmental Study.
Christopher Astephen ’15 Named Environmental Science Program’s 2015 Top Graduate
During his time at Stonehill, Astephen served in a number of leadership positions with environmental and social justice groups on campus, acting as treasurer for the Students for Environmental Action club and the Activism club.
Danielle Witter ’15 Named Environmental Studies Program’s 2015 Top Graduate
Witter, who is a student teacher for a second-grade class in Canton, Massachusetts, this semester, hopes to work as an elementary school teacher in Massachusetts after graduation.
Morrison, Ingersoll named Environmental Program Students of the Year
In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Aimee Morrison ’14 and Devin Ingersoll ’14 have been named top students in the Environmental Sciences & Studies Program for 2014.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
The B.S. in Environmental Science is a degree designed to prepare students for entry level work as environmental scientists and graduate programs in environmental science or environmental management. Twenty courses are required: sixteen in natural science/mathematics (including the senior capstone), two in the humanities/social sciences, and two integrative seminars (an environmental Learning Community seminar and a senior seminar taken concurrently with the senior capstone).
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies
The B.A. in Environmental Studies degree provides emphasis on the social sciences and humanities. This degree serve as solid preparation for entry level work in the non-science areas of the environmental field, as well as for admission into graduate school in such areas (environmental policy, management, sustainability, etc.). Thirteen courses are required, including five courses in natural sciences and five courses in the social sciences/humanities. The last course remains the senior capstone, which will now include a new one-credit senior seminar.
Environmental Studies minor
The Environmental Sciences & Studies minor provides introductory knowledge in the environmental field, as well as the opportunity to connect the program to one’s major. The minor requires six courses.
Supplement Your Studies with a Degree in Environmental Engineering from Notre Dame
Stonehill offers an Engineering program in collaboration with The University of Notre Dame.
Students in the 3+2 Engineering Program can receive a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Stonehill College and a B.S. in Environmental Engineering or Environmental Earth Sciences from the University of Notre Dame.