Develop an understanding of the fundamentals of natural and applied environmental science, along with the related fields of human behavior and environmental health.
Students develop a core understanding of the language concepts and methods of environmental sciences, as well as perspectives on current issues facing the environment. They have a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between humans and their environment, which will suit them in careers and civic life.
Pacific students participated in the Murdock College Science Research Conference, which provides students in the Northwest the opportunity to present research on topics across an entire spectrum of scientific subjects. This year's conference was co-hosted by Pacific University.
Sixty years after his death, Olaus Murie, a 1912 graduate of Pacific University, is still revered as a pioneer in conservation.
Attend a free movie screening of The Game Changers or Cowspiracy, and help Hope Ellis '23 with her capstone project! This capstone aims to educate Pacific University students about sustainability concepts through films.