Recent Publications by ENST Faculty

"De-moralizing and Re-moralizing the Anthropocene"
By Maria Antonaccio

"Teaching life cycle assessment in environmental engineering: a disinfection case study for students"
By Kevin Gilmore

Place: Natural
By Duane Griffin

"Utilizing Patient Geographic Information System Data to Plan Telemedicine Service Locations"
By Ben Marsh

"A Novel ATR-FTIR Technique for Identifying Colloid Composition in Natural Waters"
By Molly McGuire

"Unfreezing the Arctic: Science, Colonialism, and the Transformation of Inuit Lands"
By Andrew Stuhl

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Immerse yourself in the great scientific and human issues in contemporary environmental affairs. Choose from two degree options: environmental studies or environmental science.

Our breadth of courses includes anthropology, engineering, chemistry, philosophy, religion, biology, geology, economics, English, geography, history, classics and philosophy. We emphasize field-based learning and encourage study abroad. Our graduates enjoy successful careers in governmental policy and planning jobs, environmental enforcement, non-profit organizations, law, teaching, corporate communications, research, and many other fields.

Faculty Spotlight

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Andrew Stuhl

Assistant Professor

Andrew Stuhl

"We always need to think historically when we think about environmental issues. What I'm trying to do is reveal historical patterns and make them relevant to our environmental problems today."

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Jeff Trop


Jeff Trop

"We are watching global-scale changes in climate, sea levels and ecologies. We need a geological perspective to understand these changes."

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Hands-on Experience

Outside the Classroom

Field Work

Students and faculty work at four natural areas in the local region and in many other locales in the rural ridge-and-valley landscape and beyond. These sites include coal mines, landfills, state forests, limestone valleys, Virginia beaches, Florida scrublands and California deserts.


Undergraduate Research

For Environmental Studies and Sciences and Environmental Science majors, ENST 411: Environmental Community Projects provides a "clinic" course where students apply research methods to a local environmental issue.



Environmental studies and sciences majors can gain career experience and hands-on skills through internships. Bucknell’s Career Development Center supports students who want to secure internships. Recently, students have interned at the following organizations:

  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History
  • SEDA-COG Energy Resource Center

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