Primary majors are biology, physics, chemistry, computer science, biochemistry, environmental studies, and biomedical humanities.
Provides an academic forum to address environmental policy issues and promotes interdisciplinary approaches to understanding environmental and land use concerns.
Nature Education Program
Teacher workshops, school visitations and community programs.
Creative Field Studies
Uses interdisciplinary tools to evaluate and give creative expression to regional nature, natural resources, and environmental issues.
Includes historical and ecological restoration initiatives in collaboration with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Ohio Learning Network.
Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation
Includes trumpeter swan breeding and reintroduction and research with Madagascar teal and white-winged wood duck.