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Phase 2

The Environmental Science and Policy Program continues to appeal to a growing number of students. We now have over 200 majors and more than 25 minors! Many of them are incredibly active in environmental affairs on campus and in the community. The ES&P Student Club has put together an amazing event to integrate environmental interests on campus: The Green Generations Mixer.

Last spring, the Club organized the (Eco)uture Fashion Show, which engaged a team of Fashion Design majors to create high fashion made from 100% recycled materials. The Club also offered an all-day field trip and hike to Sturtevent Falls in Sierra Madre. This fall, the Club participated in the CSULB Eco-Week, maintaining an informational table. The Club did an outing to Trail Canyon Falls in Tujunga, too, and organized a tour of the Orange County Sanitation District wastewater treatment plant.
Environmental Science &Policy Newsletter
Last spring, the Club organized the (Eco)uture Fashion Show, which engaged a team of Fashion Design majors to create high fashion made from 100% recycled materials. The Club also offered an all-day field trip and hike to Sturtevent Falls in Sierra Madre. This fall, the Club participated in the CSULB Eco-Week, maintaining an informational table. The Club did an outing to Trail Canyon Falls in Tujunga, too, and organized a tour of the Orange County Sanitation District wastewater treatment plant.
Faculty have been working to improve the curriculum even more. In Fall 2012, ES&P major, Heather Turrentine, created a Survey Monkey survey of alumni, many of whom responded. This gave ES&P faculty feedback from alumni on how their courses of study are holding up in the “real world.” Her analysis suggests alumni are pleased with their educations and they gave us information on how to balance various parts of the curriculum, which we are now working on.
Director's Message
Dr. Christine M. Rodrigue
I've looked into environmental science and policy related careers' salaries and employment prospects, and the news is pretty heartening! In comparison with other disciplines in the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Natural Science and Mathematics, environmental science and policy have slightly lower unemployment levels and slightly higher median incomes. Incomes are noticeably higher among people in the early stage of their careers, too.

ES&P and Geography moved into Peterson Hall 1 last summer. They are working to outfit a new laboratory facility to support ES&P 400, as well as physical and environmental geography courses, so that will be a great development to keep an eye on!
The CSULB Environmental Science & Policy Club is here to spread awareness, education, and appreciation of the environment as well as promote sustainability on/off campus. If you would like to be part of organizing events and volunteering for us or just like to go on hikes, please contact us at csulbesp@gmail.com
The ES&P Student Club put together an amazing event as part of the Earth Week celebration to integrate environmental interests on campus: The Green Generations Mixer. It was held on April 18th in the Earl Miller Japanese Gardens on campus and was co-sponsored by the Japanese Garden, Green Long Beach, the CSULB Sustainability Task Force, PowerSave Green Campus, Sustainable Long Beach, and the 49er Shops. The event showcased research and creative activities by environmentally conscious students from across the campus, and Dr. Christine Whitcraft (Biological Sciences) was the keynote speaker.
ES&P Congratulates the Class of 2013!
Armstrong, Amy Kate
Bastos Feinberg, Barbara Pereira
Blasingame, Samie E
Boudreau, Simone C
Broad, Jeremy A
Campbell, Lisa A
Cazares, Daniella P
Chan, Christine
Desai, Meera Pinakin
Dewitt, Wesley R
Dinsfriend, Aaron M
Do, Que Huong
Dohopolski, Amber Lynn
Dominguez, Rachel A
Fernando, Ferdinand R
Hieran, Meera
Kresky, Matthew'




Lee, Kristoffer Lok
Lofgreen, Kayleen
Mcdougall, Dana Elisabeth
McNamara, Julie A.
Osuna, Laura
Pagan, Brianna Rita
Park, Kelly A
Ramirez, Maricela
Rivera, Sabrina Nichole
Sampson, Michelle E
Sarlo, Sophia Oceana
Thibeault, Nicholas Skyler
Van Metre, John Marshall
Williams, Christina E
Williams, Sarah Christine
Wishner, Aliya Jeannette
Student Awards:
College of Natural Science & Mathematics
Heather C. Turrentine
was our nominee for CNSM Outstanding Graduate and the recipient of the CSNSM Departmental Honors Award. This was the first year that CNSM permitted ES&P to nominate B.S. students for CNSM honors.

College of Liberal Arts
Heather Turrentine
was our nominee for CLA Outstanding Baccalaureate Student for the B.S. Degree program.
Kayleen M. Logren
was our nominee for CLA Outstanding Baccalaureate Student for the B.A. degree program.
Brianna Pagan
was the recipient of the ES&P Distinguished Student Awards for the B.S. program.
Alben Phung
and
J. Felix Navarrete
were the recipients of the College of Liberal Arts Exceptional Student Awards.

Other Awards and Honors
Brianna Pagan
and
Lisa A. Campbell
have been accepted into the graduate program of the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management this fall. They will join earlier Beach ES&P alumnus, Mr. Dustin Merback (B.A., 2011).
Simone Boudreau
has been accepted into the Environmental Science graduate program of UC Riverside.
Daniella Cazares
has been accepted into the Peace Corps, effective upon her graduation.




Please visit our website for departmental news & updates: http://www.csulb.edu/programs/es-p/
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