The Wooster Science Café will resume its fall semester series on Tuesday, Oct. 5 with the topic called “The Science of Green Technology.” The […]
Environmental problems have never been more pressing. You can read it in the news and see it in the changing local weather. How should we understand these problems? How can they be communicated? How can we take action to make positive change? Students in this pathway will explore these questions and prepare for careers that address the environmental problems of our time.
The Environmental Communication & Action Pathway will help students explore several ways to effect change: through communication (including artistic communication), political and social activism, and technological or institutional innovation. The pathway includes coursework on environmental problems and on strategies for communication or change, experiential learning opportunities in environmental communication and action, and reflection. Although clearly related to the environmental studies major, it draws on tools from several other disciplines and emphasizes the application of knowledge and experience after graduation.
Students who pursue this pathway will develop a better understanding of possible careers addressing environmental problems and of the skill sets that can help them to pursue a career in this area. Career opportunities include (but are not limited to) work in fields of:
• environmental communication
• environmental education
• sustainability coordinators with businesses or universities
• work with conservation organizations
• work with governmental agencies
• renewable energy
• “green” technologies
Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, is a contributor on a major paper that studies climate anxiety among young […]
As Northeast Ohioans along with people around the world live through unprecedented levels of natural disasters due to climate change, students and faculty at […]
On July 11, Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, appeared in an ABC News segment to discuss the negative impacts of […]