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Month: September 2018

Unity College sees record enrollment for sixth consecutive year

September 20, 2018

Unity College turnaround continues with sixth consecutive year of record enrollment

America’s Environmental College achieves industry-defying growth through expanded service to mission and new audiences


September 19, 2018

In reflection of President Emeritus Karstetter

From: Melik Khoury Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 11:27 AM To: Employee-News Subject: In reflection of President Emeritus Karstetter Unity College Community, Now that the family has had some time, it is with mixed emotions that I reflect today in honor and gratitude on the life of Dr. Allan Karstetter, Unity College President Emeritus 1972-1978.… Read more »


Unity College Distance Education Launches Conservation Law Masters Program, the first of its kind in the US.

September 19, 2018

Unity College offers nation’s first online Conservation Law master’s program

New master’s in Professional Science track launches this fall


career paths for those pursuing an environmental science degree, broken into three sections: technician, researcher, restorer

September 10, 2018

What Can You Do With an Environmental Science Degree?

There has never been a more important time to enter the field of environmental science. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)—including more than 1,300 scientists from the U.S. and other countries—forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century. The impact of such gradual heating on the planet could be catastrophic and, in the U.S., we’re already seeing alarming trends that are projected to worsen.

scientist taking sample of water from a river for testing


venn diagram of courses for wildlife conservation degree

September 10, 2018

6 Things You Didn’t Know About the Wildlife Conservation Degree at Unity College

When it comes time to decide what to do with the rest of your life, college is never a bad option. More education usually means more opportunities, which is especially true when it comes to earning a degree in wildlife conservation. That’s not a field you can just walk into. You’ve got to have specific knowledge, skills, and experience before you’ll get anywhere near real animals or habitats. Lucky for you, you’ve already got some skills. You’ve already acquired some of the knowledge necessary and you’re looking to finish your degree and get started on your new career. We’re here to help.

wildlife conservationist in the field releasing birds