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Undergraduate Research

Tyson Research Center

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.



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Welcome to the Ronald Rettner Earth & Planetary Sciences Library

The library is located on the 3rd floor of Rudolph Hall.


Environmental Studies Program

The Environmental Studies Program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to undertake a major focusing on three tracks:

Social science



or minor in environmental sciences or in societal issues associated with the environment.



Environmental Studies Program Website

Curriculum / Course Descriptions

Faculty and Staff


Other guides you might find helpful:

Earth and Planetary Sciences


Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering

Biology/Life Sciences


General Science



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