Women's History Month: 'Much remains to be done before women experience the self-determination and equity necessary for sustainability'
As SEAS celebrates Women’s History Month, I urge that we think across scales—from our experiences at the University of Michigan to the United States, where women won the...
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Professor; Theodore Roosevelt Chair of Ecosystem Management; Director, Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
The hallmark of the SEAS master’s program is its interdisciplinary focus. This focus can be extended even further through the pursuit of a dual degree. Because the school is part of one of the greatest research universities in the world, there are many options. Each natural resources and environment field of study provides an excellent foundation for earning a dual degree.
SEAS offers five formal dual-degree programs in engineering, business, urban and regional planning, public policy, and law. In addition, students have the option of designing an individualized dual-degree program, customized to their own particular interests.
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