Listen to Dr. Michael Guebert, Earth and Environmental Science Department Chair, discuss the unique facilities and opportunities of the Earth & Environmental Sciences program at Taylor.
Earth and Environmental Science
Leading the Way in Science, Stewardship and Service
If you are looking for a leading environmental science program balancing theoretical knowledge with practical experience, and also integrating Christian ethics with a deep concern for God’s creation, then look no further than Taylor University’s Earth and Environmental Sciences (EES) program.
We seek to give our EES students not only the intellectual and professional tools they need, but also a deeper understanding of the ethical reasoning behind a faith-based pursuit of environmental studies and sustainability. We believe in science leading to stewardship and service, both inside and outside the classroom.
Located on a 145-acre arboretum, the award winning Randall Environmental Center is the perfect embodiment of our departmental approach. The building itself demonstrates our strong focus on the latest environmental science research methods and techniques, while the setting reflects our commitment to conserving creation with our hands-on, “outside science” teaching methods.
Our graduates are heavily recruited as a result of this powerful combination of theory and experience, with nearly 100% of our graduates finding placement in either graduate studies programs or the workplace.
Take the Next Step
Taylor environmental science students have a great opportunity to serve and learn outside of the classroom through a biennial course in Guatemala. Watch the video of EES students learning about sustainable development as they build stoves, latrines, and water filters with the people of Guatemala.
Taylor University Professor of Biology and Environmental Science Dr. Paul E. Rothrock has received the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Indiana Academy of Science. The award was presented to Rothrock during the Academy’s recent statewide meeting.
The Taylor University Earth and Environmental Sciences department will hold an open house from 11:30 a.m., to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the new Campus Garden, located just east of the Randall Environmental Center.