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Wednesday, February 19, 2020
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Scanlon Banquet Hall
Network with professionals and discuss tips and strategies related to your career goals. There will be pizza, refreshments and raffle prizes.
We have a great lineup of professionals coming, most are graduates of our Environmental Science major:
Western District Supervisor, MA Div. of Fish. and Wildlife
District Wildlife Biologist, MA Div. of Fish. and Wildlife
Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Zookeeper, Zoo New England
Conservation Biologist, MA Dept. of Conservation and Recreation
Env. Scientist, Environmental Protection Agency
GIS Analyst, Tighe & Bond
GIS Analyst, Springfield Water and Sewer Commission
Senior Environmental Specialist, Eversource Energy
Env. Scientist, Triumvirate Environmental
Environmental Police Officer
Field Technician, McPhail Associates
We are excited to announce the first Christina (McLaren) Davis Environmental Science Scholarship, offered through the WSU Foundation and available only to Environmental Science majors. The funds for the scholarship are from selling land that was donated to WSU by the grandfather of one of our past graduates, Holly Walsh '17. To be eligible, students must have at least a 2.7 GPA, be at least a Sophomore (and returning to WSU next year), write a brief essay, and submit one letter of recommendation. Students can apply for this and all scholarships on the Foundation Webpage.