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Month: August 2017

Business people in woods

August 31, 2017

Hitting Mute on Noise Pollution With a Master’s in Sustainability

Any environmentally-conscious individual is aware of the problem pollution creates for our delicate environment, and its direct impact on the health of our oceans and lands. However, the consequences of noise pollution are somewhat lesser known, even though they can have an equally detrimental impact on ecosystems around the world. Noise pollution is much more… Read more »


Woman hanging open sign on store door

August 24, 2017

Tips for Entrepreneurial Success After Environmental Programs

A sustainability-related Master’s Degree is a great accomplishment for individuals interested in many career paths. Upon graduation, however, you will be facing the exciting challenge of launching or re-launching your sustainability career. While the postgraduate programs at Unity College can prepare you for a wide range of careers, entrepreneurship is a path that appeals to… Read more »


August 22, 2017

As We Start a New Academic Year: Times like these are made for Unity College!

TO: Employee-News FROM: Dr. Melik Peter Khoury DATE: August 21, 2017 SUBJECT: As We Start a New Academic Year: Times like these are made for Unity College! ATTACHMENTS: None Unity College Colleagues, Every fall brings promise of great things and another year of opportunity for America’s Environmental College. I trust that you are as excited… Read more »


Jellyfish

August 20, 2017

State of the College – August 2017

Unity College Professional Development August 2017


Ducks taking off from pond

August 17, 2017

Why Professionals in Environmental Science Careers Protect Wetlands

Encompassing bogs, marshes, coastal areas, and a number of other environments, wetlands come in many shapes and sizes. They are particularly vulnerable to human activity, and often face destruction to make room for farmland and construction projects. Though their often soggy nature makes them a little off-putting to some people, wetlands are critically important to… Read more »


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August 10, 2017

How to Stand Out as a Green Consultant After Sustainability Studies

In order to become more resource-efficient and sustainable, many organizations and businesses seek out the services of a green consultant. These professionals have the knowledge and skills necessary to guide businesses through transitions to green technologies or practices, and can assist in ushering real and lasting change. If you decide to pursue this career after… Read more »


City filled with smog

August 02, 2017

Clearing the Air on Smog for Students in Environmental Science Master’s Programs

Smog is an unsightly and dangerous reality of life for 125 million Americans, and many more millions of people around the world. It is associated with poorer lung function, and can even cause a reduction in life expectancy for people who live in areas with high amounts of smog. Since smog is created by human… Read more »