Internships, Student Awards, Student Research

Congratulations to the Green Internships Career Fund Awardees

Like so many opportunities in the summer and fall of 2020, the expectations of an internship experience shifted. Along with fluctuating expectations, paid internship opportunities became scarce. In late summer 2020, a generous donor stepped forward, providing funding to the Department of Environmental Sciences to support students with internships focused on the green sector. We… Continue reading Congratulations to the Green Internships Career Fund Awardees

Alumni in ENVS, Internships, Student Field Research

Swimming Against The Tide: ENVS alumna, Emily Reynolds (C’12)

Emily Reynolds (C’12) has always loved the water. As a competitive swimmer, she marveled at the speed at which marine mammals moved through the water. Her swimming career and academic interests brought her to Emory’s campus in 2008 and her passion for the environment, particularly marine science, brought her to the Department of Environmental Sciences!… Continue reading Swimming Against The Tide: ENVS alumna, Emily Reynolds (C’12)

Alumni in ENVS, Internships

ENVS Alumna, Tessa Cafritz (C’17): Defining a career bringing environmental education to the public

As students navigate the start of the school year, we always welcome reflections on how students found their way to study environmental sciences at Emory. Their stories and experience are often a balm for freshmen wondering how their own Emory experience will unfold. Often students arrive uncertain about what to take and what it means… Continue reading ENVS Alumna, Tessa Cafritz (C’17): Defining a career bringing environmental education to the public

Internships

Summer Internship: Marine Ecology

Thinking about an internship? Learn about how ENVS senior, Meg Withers, found opportunity and experience last summer in Greece. When is the right time to start looking for a summer internship? For some students, that time is now as some internship application deadlines are approaching in December, but for others the search starts in the… Continue reading Summer Internship: Marine Ecology

Internships, Student Field Research, Student Research

Summer REU: Camille Mosley (C’19)

In November of her junior year, ENVS/BS student Camille Mosley started her search for a summer internship. She knew it was going to take time to find the right opportunity to explore her interests in ecology and scientific education.  In her search, she used the abundant resources of The Career Center, specifically the Green Career Cluster… Continue reading Summer REU: Camille Mosley (C’19)

Internships, Student Research

ENVS/BBA Student Veronica “Ronnie” Nitkin: Exploring Sustainable Business in Nicaragua

Ronnie Nitkin is a third-year business administration and environmental sciences double major who hopes to work in business making supply chains for common products more sustainable. Her studies focus on sustainable business practices, food and supply chain sourcing, and environmental institutions. We caught up with Ronnie at the end of her spring break trip to… Continue reading ENVS/BBA Student Veronica “Ronnie” Nitkin: Exploring Sustainable Business in Nicaragua

Internships

Summer Internship = ENVS Independent Study Course Credit

Thinking about a summer internship? You can use your internship experience to fulfill your independent study requirement for the ENVS major. Sara Kuhn, a current senior in environmental sciences, was looking for opportunities to expand her interest in horticulture this past summer and ended up in Washington, DC as an intern with the Smithsonian Gardens… Continue reading Summer Internship = ENVS Independent Study Course Credit