Convergence at the Confluence - Monday, August 11, 2014
Convergence at the Confluence will be held Monday, August 11, at Duquesne University's Power Center Ballroom.
This one-day event will focus on water quality monitoring in the Upper Ohio River Basin and feature presentations from water quality experts involved with the program. The registration deadline is Sunday, July 27. For more information, visit the conference site.
CERE is partnering with the 3 Rivers QUEST water quality monitoring program to host the conference. The event is funded by the Colcom Foundation.
More than 20 Years of Preparing Environmental Professionals
A lot has changed since that first class of Environmental Science and Management students started back in the fall of 1992.
Today, sustainability and the triple bottom line are guiding principles in the corporate world.
- Global climate change and carbon footprint now provide the impetus for greenhouse gas emissions inventories.
- Energy generation is more than ever, a central environmental issue; whether it's clean coal or unconventional natural gas and oil extraction.
CERE Remains Committed
What hasn't changed is our commitment to stay at the forefront of environmental education, going strong since we launched the Environmental Science and Management program in Fall 1992.
Now, in addition to our traditional master's degree program in Environmental Science and Management (ESM) and certificate programs in Environmental Science and Environmental Management, we now have a Conservation Biology track for the master's and an undergraduate B.S. in Environmental Science.
Hear What Our Students Have to Say About Environmental Science at the Bayer School
Special Feature: Experiences with Barnett Shale Natural Gas Extraction
Presented by Calvin Tillman, Mayor of DISH, Texas