About

Humans and the Environment

Spyreas working in marsh

In Denison’s Environmental Studies (ENVS) Program, you’ll find experiences that take you to the classroom, to the boardroom, and to the field. You’ll learn cutting-edge technologies, gather and evaluate information, and gain a profound understanding of the complexities of our environmental systems.

Accomplished faculty, interdisciplinary courses, top-notch facilities, small class sizes, and unique research and internship opportunities all are geared to help prepare you to become a leader in conservation.

Among issues of concern and investigation are:

  • Resource utilization
  • The impact of technology on ecosystems
  • Relationships between the environment and sociocultural systems
  • Geographic information systems analysis
  • Environmental economics and policy
  • Conservation of biological diversity
  • Nature writing, alternative dispute resolution
  • Environmental psychology
  • Environmental ethics
  • And many others

What's Happening

Students

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Each year, Journalism partners across a range of disciplines to tell stories from an inside perspective for the Denison Podcast-a-thon.

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