Associate Professor Marc Los Huertos, program coordinator
Steering Committee: Cutter2, Davis1, Kassam, Los Huertos, Miller3, Williams1, Worthington3
Associate Professor Los Huertos
Director and Professor Miller3
Assistant Professor Douglass-Jaimes
Lecturers Hosni, Spezio, Wells
Anne Tessier, academic coordinator
One of the greatest challenges currently facing humankind is the need to develop a sustainable and just society in a world with natural systems and limits under increasing strain from economic expansion and population growth. The Environmental Analysis (EA) Program is designed to prepare students for careers in environmental problem-solving fields, including such things as urban planning; environmental sciences such as conservation, global climate change, and resource management; environmental economic and policy; medicine; and law. It also provides a solid background for those who seek careers in environmental education and community environmental action.
The EA Program is a five-college major, which combines the strengths of each of the Claremont Colleges to provide robust training for students addressing environmental issues. The program encourages students to study abroad as a vital (though not required) part of the major experience, to enable students to achieve a deeper appreciation of the global dimensions of the planet's environmental issues. Specially focused environmental study abroad programs include locations in South Africa, New Zealand, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Botswana, and Australia.
|1On leave fall 2017
||2On leave spring 2018
||3On leave 2017-18
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