Post-Graduate Data

Environmental Studies

The Center for Environmental Studies offers an A.B. and an Sc.B. in Environmental Studies. Both degrees are directed toward students who intend to work toward improving the quality of the environment. The A.B. degree is appropriate for students interested in social science or policy approaches to environmental problem-solving and who want to pursue post-graduate or professional experience in various fields of environmental management or education. Fluency in some basic sciences is essential to this degree. The ScB degree is appropriate for students who are interested in post-graduate or professional experience in the natural sciences as a way of understanding environmental processes. All concentrators are strongly encouraged to perform some environmentally-related public service during their time at Brown. Service may include work as a teaching assistant in a relevant course, volunteer work with an environmental non-profit group or an environmental agency, or significant work with a student environmental group.

Here's what concentrators from the classes of 2012 and 2013 reported they were doing in their first year after graduation.

2013

Employment

  • Architectural Intern, Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects
  • Assistant Designer, LF USA
  • Assistant to Executive Producer, ABC World News Tonight
  • Campus Organizer, Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group
  • Climate Neutral, United Nations World Food Programme
  • Corps Member/Teacher, Teach for America
  • Education Consultant, Taurus Education
  • Farm Apprentice, Pat's Pastured
  • Fellow, Environment California
  • Garden Educator, Federal Hill House Association
  • Industrial Designer, Watson Furniture
  • Intern, Conservation Colorado
  • Policy Associate, City of Providence, Mayor Angel Taveras
  • Production Assistant, The Weather Channel
  • Research Technician, University of North Carolina-Charlotte Institute of Marine Science
  • Retail, Nike
  • River Protection Intern, American Rivers
  • Scientific Aide, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
  • Seasonal Fishery Policy Intern, Rrhode Island Dept. of Environmental Management
  • Sustainability Intern, Albuquerque Academy
  • Systems Integration Analyst, Accenture
  • Teacher, Nature's Classroom Atop Lookout Mountain
  • Tutor, MeriEducation

Graduate School

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD, Economics
  • Oxford University, MPhil, Environmental Science
  • University of Rhode Island, MA, Marine Affairs

2012

Employment

  • AmeriCorps Member, Market and Performance Management, AmeriCorps - Farm Fresh RI
  • Analyst, The Avascent Group
  • Associate Analyst, MasterCard
  • Brand Marketing Associate, Net Impact
  • Business Valuation Assosiate, Deloitte Financial Advisory
  • Climate & Energy Research Intern, Worldwatch Institute
  • Corps Member/High School Science Teacher, Teach For America
  • Environmental Organizer, Green Corps
  • Information Manager, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
  • Intern, Narragansett Bay Estuary Program
  • Intern, Smithsonian Institute
  • Orchard Harvest Supervisor, Clastic Fruit LLC
  • Organizer, Green Corps
  • Outreach Coordinator, AmeriCorps - Ten Rivera Food Web
  • Photographer, Providence Business News
  • Project Assistant, Jones Day
  • Resident in Social Enterprise, New Sector Alliance

Graduate School

  • Ben Gurion University, MS, Environment (unclear which specialization)
  • University of Rhode Island - Laboratory of Soil Ecology and Microbiology, MS, Environmental Geosciences/Toxicology