The major program in Environmental Studies operates cooperatively with the following on-campus departments, programs and organizations (information available by clicking the links):
The Department of Biological Sciences
The Environmental Science Systems Major program
The Center for the Study of Environmental Change
Additionally, students are encouraged to consider membership in the following organizations:
Le Moyne is proud to host a chapter of Friends of Recreation, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship (FORCES). This organization participates in conservation work, including invasive species control, in local state parks as well as environmental educational outreach programs at local schools. Membership is open to all members of the Le Moyne College community.
Pi Epsilon promotes the study of environmental sciences through recognition of exemplary scholarly and professional activity at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Environmental science is understood to be the study of our environment and all stressors acting on it: chemical, physical, and biological. The Society seeks to promote interdisciplinary studies and foster interactions between industry and academia to further the study of environmental science. Le Moyne hosts a local chapter of Pi Epsilon; the national headquarters is at Wright State University.
Student Environmental Coalition
The purpose of the Coalition is to foster an appreciation of the outdoors and an awareness of environmental problems through a variety of outdoor activities and environmentally concerned events. Participation in outdoor events is stressed. Membership is open to all members of the Le Moyne College community.