Falk School of Sustainability & Environment

Sustainability & Environment

Falk School of Sustainability & Environment
(2010; Pittsburgh; 13 faculty, 9 affiliated faculty; chatham.edu)

The founding of the school was inspired by Chatham alumna and pioneering environmentalist, Rachel Carson ’29. Its goal is to provide “innovative, interdisciplinary education and research opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and professional students to better prepare them to identify and solve challenges related to the environment and sustainability.”


  • Bachelor and Master of Sustainability;
  • Master in Food Studies;
  • Two double-degree programs for each master in conjunction with an MBA.

Leadership: Lou Leonard (Dean)

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