Department of Environmental Science and Policy

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DES Student Research Featured in Maine Policy Review

Environmental Science student Miguel Barajas' research featured in Winter/Spring 2012 issue of Maine Policy Review.

USM Applied Energy Program Gets ‘Dream Home’

USM’s applied energy program, which gives students hands-on experience in measuring and testing energy efficiency, has acquired its dream home. The university-owned building at 19 College Avenue on USM’s Gorham campus was built as a private home in the late 19th century. It features poor insulation, a fieldstone foundation and an old, oil-fired burner.

Dr. Robert Sanford to present at the Northeast Regional SENCER meeting on Oct 22

Dr. Robert Sanford, Professor of Environmental Science & Policy will be leading a workshop on writing science syllabi at the upcoming Northeast Regional Meeting of Science Education for New Civic Engagement and Responsibility (SENCER) on October 22nd at Stonehill College, in Easton MA.

Desperate Alewives: MPBN Film Introduces Sustainability Science and the Little Fish That Could

"Desperate Alewives" documentary features USM researchers.

"Bed Bugs Have A Hard Life" - Dr. Joe Staples Quoted in on Maine Public Radio in Salt Institute Documentary

D.E.S. faculty talks about bed bugs...

DES Students present their work at the State House in Augusta.

DES Students present their work at the State House in Augusta.

Several Department of Environmental Science students were lead authors on posters presented at the Maine Water Conference in Augusta this spring

Several Department of Environmental Science students were lead authors on posters presented at the Maine Water Conference in Augusta this spring

Department of Environmental Science's Drs. Karen Wilson and Theodore Willis author paper on the effects of an invasive crayfish

Department of Environmental Science's Dr. Karen Wilson and Dr. Theodore Willis are co-authors on a paper to be published in Freshwater Biology entitled "Effects of an invasive crayfish on benthic invertebrate abundance, fish benthivory and trophic position."

Department of Environmental Science student awarded Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Fellowship

Department of Environmental Science senior Miguel Barajas selected as one of six 2011/2012 Undergraduate

Career outlook for graduates with degrees in Environmental Science and Policy

Employment of environmental scientists and specialists is expected to increase by 28 percent between 2008 and 2018, much faster than the average for all occupations.

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