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Are you interested in studying “green”?

You could join the growing number of people who turned their interest in the environment into an exciting career path. Business, government and NGOs all need professionals with solid skills and knowledge to find solutions to today’s pressing environmental challenges.

Our ENVI (Environmental Science and Society) undergraduate program will put you on the right track toward that specialist’s career.

Here is a suggested list of things to do to find out if ENVI is right for you:
  1. Review the ENVI program
  2. Research career choices
  3. Make an advising appointment with one of our specialized ENVI advisers to get in-depth knowledge of the program and its options
  4. Apply to EMU and, once accepted, declare ENVI as your major
  5. And finally: start studying, continue researching career options, continue seeking our advice!

Need advice? Talk to ENVI Program Coordinator Thomas Kovacs or come into the ENVI office and talk to your peers (Mark Jefferson 301V)


ENVI News 

Congraulations to Fred Tennyson Barton Scholarship Award winner Tasha Gonzalez!Tasha Gonzalez










ENVI student, Kelsey Mitchell, and ENVI graduate, Zach Kellogg, will be presenting their research projects at the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters in Kalamazoo, MI! Check out their research on the ENVI Media page!

Kelsey Mitchell and Zach Kellogg

Applications for the Dana L. Barton Scholarship and the Daryl L. Barton Scholarship are now available! Visit our scholarship page for more information.








Congrats to Nayeli Sanchez for winning the McNair Scholarship! Nayeli will also present "Effects of Submergence Depths on Swimming Capacity of Sea Lampreys" at the University of Maryland National Research Conference later on this month! Good luck, Nayeli!

Nayeli Sanchez





ENVI Office

Mark Jefferson/Science Complex 301V

Office Hours- Monday - Thursday 9:00am- 4:00pm

Phone: 734-487-6723

Email: emu_iess@emich.edu