Information Meetings

Join us at the next information meeting for Environmental Management:

Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 5:45 pm
USF Main Campus, Fromm Hall, Berman Room
Free parking in Koret Rec Center garage at corner of Turk and Parker. From Koret garage, walk south on Parker. Fromm Hall is located on the corner of Parker and Golden Gate.
Directions and map

Thursday, November 20, 2014, 5:45 pm
USF Main Campus, McLaren Center, Room 250
Free parking in Koret Rec Center garage at corner of Turk and Parker. From Koret garage, walk south on Parker one block to the USF campus entrance behind St. Ignatius Church. Enter the campus and walk straight through campus to McLaren Center.
Directions and map

Thursday, January 22, 2015, 5:45 pm
USF Main Campus, McLaren Center, Room 250
Free parking in Koret Rec Center garage at corner of Turk and Parker. From Koret garage, walk south on Parker one block to the USF campus entrance behind St. Ignatius Church. Enter the campus and walk straight through campus to McLaren Center.
Directions and map

Graduate School Fairs
Click here for a listing of Education Fairs within the U.S. and outside the U.S. at which the Environmental Management Program will be represented.


MSEM students' Master's Projects now available to the world through the USF Gleeson Library Scholarship Repository.

Repository Screen Shot

MSEM students are now able to upload their final Master's projects to the Scholarship Repository, allowing for world-wide access to their work.

MSEM Assistant Professor Maggie Winslow Speaks at the ISEE Conference in Iceland

Winslow Iceland

Assistant Professor Maggie Winslow gave a talk at the bi-annual International Society of Ecological Economics conference in Reykjavik, Iceland in August.  The title of her talk was "Barriers to ESV Use in Municipal and Regional Decisions Making in the U.S."

MSEM Alumna Carrie Hollenbeck Supports Disney's Sustainability Efforts

Carrie Hollenback

MSEM Alumna Carrie Hollenback was recently promoted to a project hire (from intern) at Disney. She works on the GHG and water inventories and recently began managing the company's waste inventory. One of her main projects this year is helping implement Disney's new environmental goals and targets for the year 2020.

Professor Deneb Karentz Attends the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) in New Zealand

Deneb Karentz in Antarctica

She presented a co-authored paper entitled: The in-situ transcriptome as a means of understanding species-specific responses during initiation of a spring phytoplankton bloom in Antarctica