Ways to Engage
Networking & Community Events
The MENV program hosts a series of events throughout the year, such as happy hours, lectures, film screenings, and outdoor excursions. We invite external sponsors and partners to help us create events that have benefits both for our students and faculty, and the surrounding professional community. Please contact Myles Maland at email@example.com.
Guest Lectures & Panel Discussions
MENV invites external partners to campus to participate in lectures and panel discussions. These talks can take place during a graduate class or outside of normal business hours. Professionals will have the opportunity to promote their work and influence the next generation of environmental leaders. Please contact Rachel Bigby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our program invites professionals to lead workshops, seminars, or field trips for our students. Workshops and seminars can range from topical or technical, to professional skills development, and usually take place on campus on Fridays. Please contact Lydia Lawhon at email@example.com.
The centerpiece of the MENV program is the Capstone Project. This year-long project is completed in partnership with a sponsoring organization or institution from the public, private, or non-profit sector. MENV students work in small groups to provide innovative solutions and products to Capstone client organizations. Please contact Myles Maland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hire our Students
If you are interested in hiring our students, we would be happy to share relevant job opportunities. To submit your content or to speak with our Career Development Office staff about recruiting and hiring, please contact Rachel Bigby, Employer & Alumni Engagement Manager at email@example.com.