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ENST 2020 Virtual Seminar Series: Wednesdays at 12:00pm

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UMD Leads the Way in Soil Science, Adding a Fifth National Championship to their Dynasty in Soil Judging

2019 UMD National Champion Soil Judging TeamThe University of Maryland (UMD) took 1st place at the 59th National Collegiate Soils Contest in San Luis Obispo, California, competing against 25 other universities from 7 different regions across the country. This is the fifth National Championship for the UMD Soil Judging Team (the third in the last seven years). >>

University of Maryland Wins 2018 NE Regional Soil Judging Competition

2018 Soils Team - Regional ChampionsIt was a raw and grueling day in southwest Ohio, with rain and temperatures in the 40s, but the UMD Soil Judging Team showed real grit as they persevered under such adverse conditions, and at the end of the day Terp Soil Judgers walked away with 1st Place awards for both the group

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What is Environmental Education? | Environmental Education (EE)

Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.

The components of environmental education are:PEYA winner and water monitor examining a snake

  • Awareness and sensitivity to the environment and environmental challenges
  • Knowledge and understanding of the environment and environmental challenges
  • Attitudes of concern for the environment and motivation to improve or maintain environmental quality
  • Skills to identify and help resolve environmental challenges
  • Participation in activities that lead to the resolution of environmental challenges

Environmental education does not advocate a particular viewpoint or course of action. Rather, environmental education teaches individuals how to weigh various sides of an issue through critical thinking and it enhances their own problem-solving and decision-making skills.

The National Environmental Education Act of 1990 requires EPA to provide national

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Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers SEBS

The Environmental Science Graduate Program is proud to announce the creation of a 4+1 BS/MS program in Environmental Science!

Rutgers boasts one of the top Environmental Science undergraduate programs in the United States. Now our undergraduates will have the option of continuing their education by pursuing a one-year MS degree. Advantages of this new program include:

  • Earn your BS and MS degrees in Environmental Science in a total of five years.
  • Current Environmental Science majors can begin the program during their junior year.
  • Apply to and potentially be accepted to the MS graduate program without taking the GRE as long as you maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Continue research projects begun as an undergraduate and develop them in MS projects.
  • Want even more education? MS students can apply to enter the PhD program contingent on funding.

Interested? Click here for more info.
Contact the graduate program director, Dr. Rodenburg ([email protected]) in

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Biological and Environmental Research | Department of Energy

The Biological and Environmental Research (BER) program supports scientific research and facilities to achieve a predictive understanding of complex biological, earth, and environmental systems with the aim of advancing the nation’s energy and infrastructure security. The program seeks to discover the underlying biology of plants and microbes as they respond to and modify their environments. This knowledge enables the reengineering of microbes and plants for energy and other applications. BER research also advances understanding of the dynamic processes needed to model the Earth system, including atmospheric, land masses, ocean, sea ice, and subsurface processes.

Over the last three decades, BER has transformed biological and Earth system science. We helped map the human genome and lay the foundation for modern biotechnology. We pioneered the initial research on atmospheric and ocean circulation that eventually led to climate and Earth system models. In the last decade, BER research has made considerable advances in

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ESF | SUNY ESF | College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Ph.D. Dissertation Defense – Zhijun Tan

9:00 am – 11:00 am | TBD | Dissertation Title: Disulfide Bond Reduction and Reoxidation of Monoclonal Antibodies in Biologics Therapeutics Processes – Mechanistic Understanding and Applications
| Contact: Jerrold Belant, 315-470-4826


American Red Cross Blood Drive

10:30 am – 3:30 pm | Nifkin Lounge | Schedule an Appointment Here | Come donate blood in Nifkin Lounge! Help save those who are in need of blood. Schedule an appointment using the link or look for us tabling in Gateway. Walk-ins welcome but an appointment is preferred. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, contact … Read More | Sponsor: American Red Cross | Contact: Evan Stewart

Spotlight Symposium on Student Research

11:00 am – 2:00 pm | Gateway Center | https://www.esf.edu/spotlight/ | The 2020 Spotlight on Student Research Symposium will be held in the Gateway Center on Tuesday March 31st from

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Career Education and Professional Advancement | School of Public and Environmental Affairs

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With class delivery moving from onsite to online, the Career Hub has also moved services to a virtual delivery model.  Effective immediately, students may visit our website to schedule 15 or 30 minute appointments with Career Consultants and Peer Educators …


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A recent survey of 800 HR executives found that a staggering 88% of companies were either requiring or encouraging remote work in the current climate. While all aspects of a company’s operations will be affected, the shift to remote work …


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As Covid-19 takes hold in communities, local governments are transitioning staff members to telework—a first for many localities. And it’s come with challenges, from slow broadband connections to a laptop shortage.

As governments call for business closures, school shutdowns and …


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This is a time of great testing for Congress. As it considers responses to the

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