If you have a special interest in the natural world; if you are interested in the quality of our air, climate change and the utilization of our natural resources; if you would like to participate in developing our understanding of our environmental issues but are not quite sure where to begin, then Environmental Science may be the program of choice for you.

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Ravens Spotlight: Carrington Pomeroy, Fourth-year Environmental Science student

Fourth-year Environmental Science student Carrington Pomeroy has been a member of Carleton University’s Nordic Skiing team for the past three years and was named a 2016 OUA Nordic Skiing All-Star. A native of Chelsea, Quebec, Carrington and teammate Brendon Howard notched a bronze medal in the team sprint competition at the 2016 Canadian College and University Nordic Championships.

Environmental Science Students at Research Day 2016

Environmental Science 4th year students participated in the 17th annual Undergraduate Research Day on Friday April 8, 2016. Every student in Environmental Science did a great job and their posters were exceptional.

Two Cooke Lab Carleton Graduate Students Entered in NSERC “Science, Action” Contest

A contest is currently being held by NSERC called “Science, Action” where students from across Canada were encouraged to make a 60 second or less video that showcases their exciting research projects. Two students from Dr. Steven Cooke’s Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Lab at Carleton University have entered the contest (Brittany Sullivan & William Twardek).

Steven Cooke and Richard Amos Receive Prestigious NSERC Awards

Carleton University’s Steven Cooke and Richard Amos have received prestigious awards from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). The awards were presented at a reception at the residence of the Governor General on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015.

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