Here's a sampling of what students with a concentration in environmental studies have done after Kenyon.
J. P. Flaherty, class of 2000, left Kenyon to work as an aide for New York senator Charles Schumer, for whom he worked on transportation and environmental issues. He started graduate school in the fall of 2004 with a dual major in business and urban planning.
Abby Rokosch, class of 2002, is a project leader for a large watershed project on the Nanticoke River in Delaware. The project is designed to assess the ecological condition of wetlands in the watershed and set targets for ecological restoration.
Carrie Simon, class of 2002, works as an instructor with the School for Field Studies program in Turks and Caicos, where she studies coral reef ecology and conservation.
Carrie Spritzer, class of 2002, is enrolled in the graduate program, with a focus on earth systems science, at Biosphere II in Arizona.
Kelly MacLeod, class of 2004, studies permaculture principles and green design at the Island School in the Bahamas.