A water quality class at the University of Iowa teaches students about sampling while connecting them with issues facing the Mississippi River.
Instructors at Western Michigan University lead one of the few hydrogeology field courses in the United States.
Students at the University of Massachusetts – Lowell took to the pavement to measure air quality during the 2015 Boston Marathon, according to a release from the school. The running event is the fourth in a row...
Undergraduate students at MIT use sulfur dioxide and aerosol measuring devices to characterize volcanic smog coming out of Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano.
Student were heavily involved with a Muhlenberg College green roof project, from installing the plants to designing a monitoring network.
For teachers looking to integrate hands-on environmental education into their lesson plans, the Creek Freaks program can make that a little easier.
University of Washington students get firsthand seafloor mapping experience with multibeam sonar on Seattle’s Lake Union
Lake Champlain’s size and saltwater history makes it a great place for inland academics to study oceanography and marine geology. Middlebury College’s loaded R/V David Folger is a great way to get students on the water. “She’s...
The endangered crawfish frog has a peculiar habitat requirement. An undergraduate research project is heaping find the right sport for a reintroduction.
A new weather and water quality monitoring station will inform the restoration of Miller Run, a neglected creek on the Bucknell University campus.
On the Elwha River, the largest dam removal in history freed thousands of tons of sediment and created an outdoor classroom to study the effects.
A weather cycle in the Indian Ocean that influences global weather and climate is also influencing students in a Los Angeles community college.
A series of water quality monitoring courses at Iowa State University is giving students an early taste of the real-world skills they'd use as environmental scientists.
With monitoring statiosn and a custom flood simulator, Virginia Tech's StREAM Lab is equipped for research and 'ridiculously valuable' for education.
Nutrients are up and flows are down in Florida's iconic Silver Springs and the Silver River. Local high school students are monitoring the changes.
A dried-up Pennsylvania lake and a slew of monitoring tools are teaching students about the effects of damming on an understudied shale watershed.
A geology course at Westfield State University in Massachusetts asks its students to explore their personal connections to familiar landscapes.
Kansas State University professors transformed a plot of land from a problem to a classroom, teaching students on the fly to remediate nutrient pollution.
A National Parks Service education program gets students involved in real-world scientific inquiry around the Columbia River Watershed.
Washington and Jefferson College ecology students design their own research projects, from monitoring heat generating skunk cabbage to HVAC efficiency.