Grace Condit

    Grace Condit ’24

    Majors: Environmental Science and Geographic Information Science

    Hometown: Putnam, IL

    “Both environmental science and GIS are so important in the future of our world — especially when you put the two together! Each major is extremely applicable to the real world and provides you with the freedom and stability to turn your passion into a career!”

    Julia Peters

    Julia Peters ’24

    Majors: Environmental Science

    Minors: Social Justice

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    “Students should consider environmental science as a major because of the growing environmental problems that are becoming more and more serious every day. If we want to see a bright and healthy future for humans, we need to address these issues.”

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    MaryHelen Prince ’24

    Majors: Environmental Science

    Minors: Social Justice and Studio Art

    Hometown: Grand Rapids, Michigan

    “Environmental science is perfect for people who want to learn from hands-on experience. The labs we do are unlike any other major. One day, you’re waist-deep in a river; the next, you’re walking around gathering mushrooms.”