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UPCOMING DEADLINES

The final deadline for our master's applications is Friday, April 30th for Fall 2021 enrollment. We strongly encourage you to apply before this deadline since applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and spots for the Fall 2021 class fill up quickly. Our application fee is waived and we are no longer requiring/accepting GRE scores.

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Climate change. Food access. Water quality. The world needs bold leaders willing to take on urgent environmental issues more than ever. At SEAS, we're focusing on the future - transforming research into action to create a healthier planet for all.

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At SEAS, you can explore your passions and develop your potential — your way. Our small, supportive community within a world-class university provides access to internationally known faculty, extensive opportunities, and a vast alumni network all dedicated to your success.
GPS tracking could help tigers and traffic coexist in Asia
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GPS Tracking Could Help Tigers and Traffic Coexist in Asia

"Over time, I believe this information will provide evidence-based solutions that can ensure roads work for humans while minimizing harm to tigers and other species at risk," writes Professor Neil Carter in The Conversation, about placing GPS collars on tigers living near roads to better understand how transportation infrastructure affects tiger biology and ecology.

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Stewards Magazine Fall 2020

Innovation and Resilience Through Times of Challenge and Change

In this first all-digital issue of Stewards, we’re highlighting the resilience and dedication of our SEAS community to solving the world’s pressing issues, even in the midst of adversity.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER

"To be a black person is to come from a long bloodline of survivors and storytellers, with a resilience that people can't even comprehend." - Lena Waithe

In SEAS's commitment towards decolonizing and creating a more equitable world, we want to acknowledge and rectify the erasure and minimization of black and indigenous environmentalists in conservation. We commit to promoting prominent black environmental historians and authors through our coursework and programming.