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Chesapeake Bay Issues & Careers

In Spring 2014, AEC Director Matt Royer offered an innovative new ERM class entitled “The Chesapeake Bay Watershed: Issues and Careers in Complex Environmental Problem Solving.” The class introduced students to the complexity of the issues involved in restoring the Bay, and exposed them to a diversity of related environmental career opportunities through guest lectures and field visits. As a companion to the class, on March 20, 2014, the AEC and ENRI sponsored a Chesapeake Bay Issues and Careers Panel.

To learn more about the class, visit Penn State's Schedule of Courses.

To learn more about the career panel, visit ENRI's News Archives.

Penn State Environmental Resources Management course ERM 497A: The Chesapeake Bay Watershed: Chesapeake Bay Issues and Careers in Complex Environmental Problem Solving.

As a companion to ERM 497A, a Spring 2014 course on Chesapeake Bay Issues and Careers, on March 20, 2014, the AEC and ENRI sponsored “Chesapeake Bay Issues and Careers: A Panel Discussion.”