An Environmental Science and Engineering dissertation must be scholarly and original work applied towards solving a significant environmental problem. As with Problems Courses, dissertations typically address policy as well as technical dimensions of a particular problem. The dissertation is usually completed in 18-36 months.
An IoES Graduate Program Puts Minorities & Women on the Front Lines of Environmental Problem Solving. Read more »
North America’s salamanders could soon face an apocalypse — from a deadly pathogen making its way here through the pet trade.
But who’s leading the charge to protect them through quick action? ESE doctoral student Tiffany Yap, who credits the program with helping her interdisciplinary approach to the problem — and the frame for her new article in Science that’s getting lots of press. Read more »
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