An internship in environmental science Evans, Mechwart, Hambleton and Tilton (EMH&T), Incorporated /

by Nagy, Eric Thomas.

Abstract (Summary)
An Internship in Environmental Science Evans, Mechwart, Hambleton and Tilton (EMH & T), Incorporated By Eric Thomas Nagy The Institute of Environmental Sciences (IES) at Miami University has offered a Master of Environmental Science since 1969. I have completed the class work needed for a Masters Degree concentrating in ‘Resource Analysis’. The program required a practicum, internship or thesis to complete the degree. As do most IES students, I chose the internship option so that I could gain valuable hands-on experience in environmental consulting. I have always been interested in consulting work because it represented a bridge between environmentalists and developers who often entertain opposite goals. Here I could use my botanical and environmental background to ensure that developers and government entities develop the landscape within the framework of Ohio’s laws. In addition, I could work with engineers at EMH & T, Inc. to minimize the effects of development upon the environment under the current laws. I completed the internship with Evans, Mechwart, Hambleton and Tilton (EMH & T) Inc. in Columbus, Ohio. An Internship in Environmental Science Evans, Mechwart, Hambleton and Tilton (EMH & T), Incorporated Submitted to the Faculty of Miami University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Environmental Science Institute of Environmental Sciences By Eric Thomas Nagy Miami University Oxford, OH 2005 Advisor_________________ Dr. Jerry E. Green Advisor _________________ Dr. Michael A. Vincent Advisor_________________ Dr. Gene E. Willeke
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School:Miami University

School Location:USA - Ohio

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:evans mechwart hambleton tilton environmental sciences impact consultants economic development


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