Center For Environmental Sciences
The Center for Environmental Sciences (CES), directed by Dr. Jack Fishman (Earth an Atmospheric Sciences) and co-directed by Dr. Jason Knouft (Biology), moved to the Center for Sustainability on July 1, 2012. Dr. Fishman and Dr. Knouft hold secondary appointments in the Center.
The mission of the Saint Louis University Center for Environmental Sciences is to provide a research and educational environment that examines the interaction of the atmosphere, solid earth, hydrosphere and biosphere, and how humans are interacting with these systems. The Center creates opportunities for interdisciplinary research, funding, teaching, education, and outreach by connecting scholars from different disciplines, including earth and atmospheric sciences, biology, chemistry, public health, public policy, medicine, law, business and economics at Saint Louis University as well as promoting collaborations with national and international institutions. The center bridges traditional gaps between disciplines and provides an environment for students and researchers to develop projects using integrated global and regional geographic information systems (GIS) databases, field studies, and models.
Sustainability Related News
- Sustainable Disaster Recovery Conference
- Prelude to Global Reporting Initiative's G4: A Webinar and Discussion on Evolving Global Sustainability Guidelines
- InBev Exec Joins Center
- Sustainability News
- Green Innovation Big Bang
- Center Partners with City of St. Louis
- Sustainability Research Fund
- Globalization Urbanization and the Environment
- Future Issues in U.S. Rail Transportation
- Center Launches Accelerated Master's Program
Dr. Jack Fishman, Director
Center for Environmental Sciences
Saint Louis University
321 Macelwane Hall
3507 LaClede Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 977-6176(O)
Fax: (314) 977-3117