Stanford offers several strong interdisciplinary programs relating to the environment for undergraduates and graduates:
Public Policy Program: interdisciplinary course of study in the design, management, and evaluation of public-sector programs and institutions (B.A. degree)
Program on Urban Studies: provides a critical understanding of how cities evolve and the analytical tools to improve the quality of urban life (B.A. degree)
The Goldman Honors Program: year-long upper-division honors seminar on environmental science, technology, and policy (offered for credit by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment)
I-Earth: Building on the existing disciplinary as well as interdisciplinary programs, Stanford is embarking on a new effort to extend the reach of environmental teaching. A new I-Earth Program Stanford is embarking on a new program called I-Earth (short for Introduction to the Earth), which is designed to ensure that undergraduates understand the challenges of environmental sustainability. More information about I-Earth can be found here on the I-Earth site
'Remote fieldwork ...
the ultimate form of group learning.'
Rob Dunbar, Professor of Geological and Environmental Sciences; Victoria P. and Roger W. Sant Director of the Earth Systems Program; Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute
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