Washington University's Tyson Research Center is a ~2,000-acre field station located 20 miles from the Danforth campus. The center, a component of Washington University's International Center for Advanced Renewal Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES), provides a living landscape for environmental research and education including an experimental venue for studies on ecosystem sustainability and an outdoor laboratory for important research and teaching opportunities.
The library is located on the 3rd floor of Rudolph Hall.
The Environmental Studies Program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to undertake a major focusing on three tracks:
or minor in environmental sciences or in societal issues associated with the environment.
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