Enviromental Science examples

The RVCC Center for Environmental Studies engages approximately 100 students each year in real-world learning experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. These experiences empower students to transform their academic knowledge into real-world research and problem solving skills that prepare them to pursue successful careers in environmental science, sustainability, ecology, natural resources management, and related fields.

Members of the Center, including faculty, staff, interns, and students, work together with the college and community organizations to address environmental concerns through research, monitoring, stewardship, restoration, public outreach, and educational programs. These activities benefit the community by raising public awareness and understanding about environmental issues and by helping community members implement evidence-based practices to address those issues while working towards a more sustainable future.

CES Co-Director’s Contact Information:
Dr. Jay Kelly – Jay.Kelly@raritanval.edu | 908-526-1200 x8531
Dr. Emilie Stander – Emilie.Stander@raritanval.edu | 908-526-1200 x8344