University of Evansville Environmental Studies Program

University of Evansville Environmental Studies Program

UE's Environmental Studies Program educates and prepares students for careers in the field of environmental science and environmental administration.

12/05/2019

2019 UE Commencement. This year's ES class was so awesome that everyone wanted to get into the picture!

08/05/2019

Last night we celebrated this amazing senior class at our annual ES Banquet.

18/12/2018
06/12/2018

Environmental Studies Program made Christmas a little Greener this year for the department door dec challenge!

06/12/2018
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06/04/2018
Photos from University of Evansville Environmental Studies Program's post 13/01/2018

Yesterday brought a rare snow day to UE. After one inch of freezing rain and over four inches of snow, students are finally able to step outside and enjoy the winter wonderland.

22/12/2017

Semester Reflection: Physical Chemistry - Spencer Willem

"Physical chemistry is probably the hardest class I've taken at UE so far. Despite the challenges I faced in the class, I really enjoyed the course. My favorite part of the course would probably be the lab because of all the cool instruments I got to use. My favorite lab was the bomb calorimetry lab where we burned a sample in pure oxygen at high pressure
to determine how much energy was released during combustion."

21/12/2017

Semester Reflection: Quantative Analysis - Tyler Wintermute

"For our quant project we decided to look at volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the leaves of a cottonwood; however, we were unable to concentrate them enough to detect them in the gas chromatograph - mass spectrometer (GC-MS). So, we said, 'Alright, we've seen this steam distilalation method to make essential oils... let's just make an essential oil of cuban oregano (which smells like thyme) and see what we get. Thymol, a VOC in thyme, is what makes that thyme-smell, and since we can detect that with our nose, we should have a high enough concentration to detect it in the GC-MS, right?' We talked to Dr. Slade, threw this wonderful contraption toegheter, tossed in our leaves and made half a liter of essential oil of cuban oregano. It smells great and makes a great holiday gift!"

06/12/2017
06/12/2017

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