Biodiversity of the Wappingers Creek Floodplain  Detail of: Morning Over New York (1859/60). Background image for this website. Charles Herbert Moore. Collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center.  Large Oak at the Vassar Farm and Ecological Preserve  Market stand located outside of Xela (Quetzaltenango), Guatemala  Students surveying along the Southern Louisiana coast  View of the Mid Hudson Bridge near Poughkeepsie  Student working on her class project  Shawangunk Ridge in fall  Dr. Peter Stillman, former ENST director, in Tibet on a faculty trip  Studying alongside the Hudson River near the Vanderbilt Mansion NHS  Academic computing consultant and GIS expert Meg Stewart assisting students with field research  Participants in the Casperkill Project walking along Sunset Lake  Professor Kirsten Menking, right, with student researchers in Casperkill Creek

Environmental Studies at Vassar is a fully multidisciplinary program that involves the natural and social sciences as well as the arts and humanities. It explores the relationships between people and the totality of their environments - natural, built, and social. Read more.