Opportunities and Activities
Challenging and Exciting Careers
CERE alumni and students are decision-makers and go-getters, in demand by major corporations and government agencies in Pittsburgh and across the country. View some of the exciting career choices available to graduates.
Active Alumni Network
CERE's alumni network includes professionals in every sector of the field who serve in a broad array of positions. Take a look at some of the positions alumni hold, along with a listing of organizations that have employed CERE graduates.
Individual Advisement and Mentoring
Each student receives individualized attention from a graduate advisor who is regularly available for meetings before evening classes.
Wingfield Pines: Nature and Technology Working Together
Duquesne students and faculty combine community service with environmental sampling at Wingfield Pines, an 80-acre tract in Upper St. Clair, Pa. that was formerly a strip mining site. Before remediation efforts were begun, an abandoned mine shaft was spewing 43 tons of iron oxide deposits into the environment each year, turning the water a telltale orange hue.
The Environmental Science and Management Program attracts students from around the globe. During a typical academic year, international students make up 10% of the student population, including students under the prestigious Fulbright and Muskie programs.
Diverse Student Population
The diverse student population increases opportunities for learning and networking, and our small class sizes foster an atmosphere of teamwork, where group projects create camaraderie.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Reports
Duquesne University’s second Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory, conducted by the Center for Environmental Research and Education in the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, shows a decrease in the University’s carbon footprint, despite a physical growth in campus and an increase in the student body.