Centers and Programs at the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Teaching, research, and outreach at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies are greatly enhanced by the centers and programs that have been initiated by faculty over the years. The centers and programs, each with a different concentration, are a key component of a student’s learning experience. They allow students to gain hands-on clinical and research experience through funded student internships and projects, coordination of faculty research in areas of common interest, and creation of symposia, conferences, newsletters, and outreach programs.
Centers and programs are funded primarily through private foundations, nongovernmental organizations, state and federal agencies, international granting agencies, and private corporations. The nature and number of centers and programs evolve over time, reflecting faculty and student interest. Under the current organizational structure, each program falls under the umbrella of a center, which enables further collaboration and resource sharing.
- Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy
- Yale Center for Business and the Environment
- Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering at Yale
- Center for Industrial Ecology
- Hixon Center for Urban Ecology
- Tropical Resources Institute
- Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale
- The Environmental Leadership and Training Initiative
- Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
- The SEARCH Center: Solutions for Energy, AiR, Climate, and Health
- The Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry
- Governance, Environment, and Markets Initiative
- The Forests Dialogue