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ES&P Field Trip Highlighted in Student Video

October 11th, 2017

ES&P student Johnny Banez put together an amazing video showcasing the scenic locations that students visited during a recent field trip. Locations featured in the film include Trona Pinnacles, Surprise Canyon, and the Charcoal Kilns in Death Valley National Park. You can watch the full video by clicking the following the link https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0BzGFJUff_8TWNVYxd1dyUFIwMDA&export=download

ES&P Alum Brianna Pagán Publishes Research and Receives Scholarship

October 8th, 2016

ES&P alum Brianna Pagán recently had her research on the impact of hydrological changes in the southwestern United States on water supply in Southern California, which she began while working on her masters thesis, published in the academic journal Environmental Research Letters (http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/9/094026). She also recently received a Water Resources and Policy Initiative and USDA […]

ES&P Student Interns with the BLM (Bureau of Land Management)

September 7th, 2016

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Delaney Callahan, Marcus Nappo, Indie Chavez, and Eric Yanigihara along with alums Kyle Hamada and Caleb Wood spent part of their summer collecting the data needed for the legal boundary description of the newly designated White Mountains Wilderness Area in Inyo County. Trained by the Bureau of Land Management, they went to the field driving […]

Dominique Vitti – San Gabriel Leadership Academy

September 7th, 2016

Dominique partnered with the Panorama City Recreation Center and held three workshops where she taught kids about the importance of the San Gabriel Mountains and nature itself. Panorama City is a park-poor city and she wanted kids to experience nature for themselves. Her project culminated with a hike in Big Tujunga Canyon and the kids […]

Justin Hall (Class of 2015) – Bridgeport Indian Colony

September 7th, 2016

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Recent graduate Justin Hall (’15) is now working full-time as an Environmental Coordinator/ Dept. Director for the Bridgeport Indian Colony in Bridgeport, CA. Justin says, “The position will be challenging and rewarding. I have already interacted with the major players in the area (BLM and Forest Service mostly), and I can’t help think about a […]

Scholarship Opportunity for ES&P Students

February 12th, 2016

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The College of Liberal Arts is currently accepting applications for this year’s two $2,350 Southern California Edison scholarship awards from qualifying Environmental Science and Policy students. The March 1, 2016 deadline to submit all scholarship application materials is approaching quickly so if you are interested in applying and meet the criteria make sure that […]

ES&P Student Andie Perez Featured in YouTube Video Highlighting Her Volunteer Work with the International Bird Rescue Center

September 9th, 2015

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Environmental Science and Policy major Andie Perez was recently featured in a very well produced YouTube video highlighting the great work that she is doing as a volunteer for the International Bird Rescue Center. As a volunteer she has helped rehabilitate sick and injured birds so that they can be released back into the […]

ES&P Alumnus Will Stahnke Blogs to Document His Experiences as a Fishery Observer

September 3rd, 2015

Recent Environmental Science and Policy graduate Will Stahnke (B.S., Class of 2014) has recently set up a blog to chronicle his adventures as a newly hired fishery observer in Alaska. You can read his regular updates at http://observeradventure.blogspot.com/ to learn about life in Alaska and the work of a fishery observer – just one […]

Environmental Sciences & Policy Program Receives Bequest to Preserve Native California Plants

October 2nd, 2014

The Environmental Sciences and Policy program has been named as a recipient in the “Love – Rob, Sharon and the Zoo Too!” bequest. These funds are earmarked for programs across the CSULB campus including the Environmental Science and Policy Program, the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, and the greenhouse(s) that are managed by the College […]

Green Generation Community Mixer – April 17th at the CSULB Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden

April 10th, 2014

Join us for the Green Generation community mixer on April 17th at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden on the northwest side of the CSULB campus. A video highlighting some of the events can be found at the link below: Green Generation Community Mixer Video Highlights

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