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Environmental Studies


Like the outdoors? Care about what you eat? Committed to environmental justice? Interested in sustainable communities? Us too.

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Environmental Justice students conduct research in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Environmental Justice students conduct research in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness

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Build on your talents and passions to explore different ways to protect the environment. Learn about biodiversity and geological hazards. Design energy efficient machines and buildings, and sustainable communities. Prepare for environmental activism. Make your art an instrument of social and environmental change.

Change the world

Environmental Studies majors and minors conduct field research with faculty and fellow students, study abroad, pursue internships, and engage on sustainability work at Beloit College as well as in the community. Alumni have gone on to careers in the arts, journalism, community-based activism, education, environmental law, the EPA, industry, and international organizations such as the United Nations.

Mar1st

Framing Land: US Colonial Postcards of the Philippines

The Logan Museum of Anthropology is pleased to share its latest exhibit, Framing Land: U.S. Colonial Postcards of the Philippines, in honor of Joan Carling’s appointment as chair of the 2021 Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice at Beloit College.

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Simone (right) and Sitashma (left)

International Friday. Anthropause: Perspectives on Climate Crisis

The new podcast Anthropause, co-hosted by Simone Rawal’20, focuses on environmental issues and climate crisis in Nepal and beyond.

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