Aramark and Starbucks at Pacific are working closely with the university’s Center for a Sustainable Society to reduce waste, increase composting, and provide students with the opportunities they have asked for to improve sustainability on campus.
Craft a course of study in the environmental field to build your understanding of the components of sustainability.
Enhance your primary field of study with environmental knowledge. Study the three interconnected points of the sustainability development triangle — social issues, economy and ecology — and transform your knowledge into action with a civic-engagement project.
After Pacific | Students who minor in sustainability are prepared to put their knowledge to work in any field. They may work in the government or nonprofit sectors, as urban planners or consultants, for instance. Or they may work in the corporate sector on “green initiatives.” Our graduates work in a variety of settings, from healthcare to policymaking.
Kayleigh DeBruyne '18 spent a semester in Tanzania completing her senior project, a research endeavor that combined environmental science, anthropology and women's issues.
Pacific Senior Skyler Erben has parlayed his experience with the Pacific Impact Fund into a new opportunity after graduation.