As part of the Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences and the Graduate School, the Environmental Dynamics (ENDY) Program offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree in Environmental Dynamics.

The Environmental Dynamics Program focuses on the study of complex human and environmental interactions emphasizing original doctoral research at the interface between physical, biological, and sociocutural disciplines.

It stresses interdisciplinary regional analyses of geophysical, biological, climatic, and sociocultural interactions and changes, including natural and social impacts of such dimensions as global climate change, human demography, pollution, landscape evolution and degradation, natural hazards, water resources, and watershed science.

This often requires creative formulation of problem solving between established scientific disciplines. Attention is given to both theoretical and applied issues.

The program stresses the application of appropriate methodologies such as GIS, GPS, remote sensing, computer modeling, and cartography to environmental problems.

The research approach integrates the power, efficiency, and economy of advanced computer-based technologies into the study of human-environmental interactions within recent Earth history.

The ENDY program allows students to focus on a program leading to diverse careers in academia, international organizations, federal and state agencies, or private sector consulting.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Environmental Dynamics
113 Ozark Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701

479-575-6603 VOX
479-575-3469 FAX

e-mail: endy@uark.edu
 
         
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