Social Ecology

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Minor in Social Ecology

A minor in Social Ecology prepares students for careers in a wide variety of occupations. The training is explicitly interdisciplinary, providing a broad perspective that views ecological systems in a holistic fashion.

Minor in Urban Studies

Urban planners design cities that thrive, manage government agencies that deliver, and build a better tomorrow for citizens in communities large and small. They work-locally, regionally, globally-as transportation planners, economic development specialists, city managers, landscape architects, urban designers, community health workers, city and regional planners.

Minor in Global Sustainability

The Interdisciplinary Minor in Global Sustainability trains students to understand the changes that are needed for the human population to live in a sustainable relationship with the resources available on this planet.

B.A. Urban Studies

Enables undergraduates a wide-range of curriculum choices in areas like Community Development, Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Design and Urban Governance. As the department name suggests, the Policy, Planning and Design Department is committed to weaving together the field of urban planning, public policy, and environmental design to produce graduates who are prepared to solve the complex problems of the 21st century.

B.A. Social Ecology

The BA in Social Ecology prepares students for careers in a wide variety of occupations. The training is explicitly interdisciplinary, providing a broad perspective that views ecological systems in a holistic fashion.

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"I am a doctoral student in the School of Social Ecology, supervised by Dr. Daniel Stokols. I primarily focus on research in environmental psychology, and specifically on the extraordinary transcendent experiences which may occur in different built and natural environments, and how these may contribute to the development of pro-environmental value orientations and behaviors.

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