Many of Bentley's climate-focused programs are accessed through their Office of Sustainability. The Bentley Office of Sustainability aspires to make Bentley a model for campus and community sustainability. Their goal is to graduate business leaders who look through a "sustainability lens" when addressing challenges in their operations.
You can learn about that office here: Office of Sustainability.
Some of Bentley's key programs include:
- Climate Action Plan
- Recycling Program
- Green Dining
- Seminar in Federal Environmental and Natural Resource Policy
Courses and Academic Programs
Bentley offers a wide variety of interdisciplinary programs that emphasize sustainability, the environment, and the climate.
Bentley offers a major concentration:
Earth, Environment, and Global Sustainability concentration in the Liberal Studies Major
Bentley also offers an environmentally-focused minor:
In addition to these two programs, students can also study the Natural & Applied Sciences:
Find out more about environmentally-focused events here: Events through the Office of Sustainability
Bentley is hoping to better connect with the Waltham Public Schools, and with local environmentally-focused community organizations. If you would like to connect with Bentley in this way, please contact Amanda King, Bentley's Sustainability Manager, or David Szymanski, Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences.
Assistant Professor, Natural and Applied Sciences
Manager of Sustainability