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Environmental Analysis Program

Scripps College participates with Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, and Pomona Colleges in a 5-College collaboration that allows students to take advantage of a broad range of courses, facilities, and opportunities in the study of environmental issues.

The Environmental Analysis Program (EAP) is designed to prepare students for careers in many environmental problem-solving fields, including law, policy, medicine, chemistry, conservation, global climate change, urban planning, and resource management. It also provides a solid background for careers in environmental education and community environmental action.

The program regards off-campus study as a vital, strongly encouraged, part of the major experience, enabling students to secure a deeper appreciation for the global dimensions of our environmental situation. Specially focused environmental off-campus study semesters include programs in Australia, Costa Rica, Botswana, Ecuador, New Zealand, and South Africa.

Scripps Faculty

Kimberly Drake
Associate Professor of Writing
Chair, Department of Writing
Adviser in the Environmental Analysis Non-Science Tracks

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Donald A. McFarlane
Kenneth S. Pitzer Professor of Biology and Environmental Science

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Nancy Neiman
Professor of Politics
Chair, APT Committee

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Kathleen Purvis-Roberts
Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Science

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Diane Thomson
Professor of Biology and Environmental Science

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Adam Davis
Associate Professor of Art
Adviser in the Environmental Analysis Non-Science Tracks

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Anne Harley
Associate Professor of Music
Adviser in the Environmental Analysis Non-Science Tracks

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Colin Robins
Associate Professor of Environmental Science

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Michael Spezio
Associate Professor of Psychology
Academic and Major Adviser in Environmental Analysis Non-Science Tracks, Thesis Reader

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Branwen Williams
Associate Professor of Environmental Science

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Joanna Dyl
Lecturer

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Kathryn Hargan
Post Doc, EnviroLab Asia

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