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Between the Harris School of Public Policy and the Argonne National Laboratory, the Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy is uniquely situated to create future environmental scientists with the aptitude to quantify the repercussions of policy decisions and the fortitude to fight for those needed changes. 

Presentation showcasing collaboration between University of Chicago Harris Professor David Meltzer and NORC.

The partnership with the Argonne National Laboratory will bring senior scientists and engineers to Chicago Harris as course instructors and provide students with applied research and internship opportunities. The curriculum will allow for students with limited exposure to the sciences, and students with established backgrounds in the sciences. The degree takes a balanced and holistic approach to policy analysis, focusing on the interrelatedness of environmental issues, such as energy, water, and natural resources, and their relationships with economic, social, technology and regulatory drivers. 

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Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago

Argonne Laboratory

Harris Energy and Environmental Policy Association

Green Campus Initiative

Center for Environmental Science

Climate Systems Center

The Paulson Institute