Now more than ever the world needs highly trained, dedicated environmental professionals who understand the intricate mechanisms that cause climate change and its impacts on our society, propagation of contaminants in air, soil and water, flooding, coastal erosion, and loss of natural habitats and biodiversity. Now more than ever the world needs scientists who are able to design and implement solutions, communicate these effectively to stakeholders, and raise the scientific literacy of the public. Our students prepare for this career path through a combination of interdisciplinary coursework and research in regional to international study areas, on topics addressing climate change, soil and water quality, environmental remediation, biofuels markets, stormwater management, natural resource management, coastal management, and protecting biodiversity and ecosystem services. Our alumni are employed as professors in U.S. and international universities, as scientists and managers in municipal, state, and federal agencies, as environmental consultants, and as scientists in private industries.
For more information about the Environmental Management PhD program and to learn how to apply, please contact the program director, Dr. Mark Chopping, at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our Prospective Students page.
News and Events
- From Montclair State to Los AlamosGarrett Nieddu is taking his PhD across the country to the Los Alamos National Lab where he will study the viral dynamics of infection and the role of the immune response for the influenza A virus and human immunodeficiency virus.Thursday October 11, 2018
- PhD student receives prestigious award from the American Water Works AssociationJunkui Cui, working with Dr. Yang Deng, was awarded the Tracey G. Liberi Drinking Water Careers Scholarship for his work with ferrate(VI).Tuesday September 4, 2018
- Environmental Management Students Receive PhDs at Graduate CommencementDrs. Pralhad Burli and Garrett Nieddu completed the program and received their degrees at the Spring 2018 Graduate Commencement ceremony.Friday May 25, 2018