Allegheny College ranks #2 in nation for advocating environmental science

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Allegheny College ranks #2 in nation for advocating environmental science

Kelsey Terhune-Cotter, ’18, (left) and Kristen Locy, ’18, (right) are two of the students who contribute to upkeeping the school garden, otherwise called the Carrden.

Kelsey Terhune-Cotter, ’18, (left) and Kristen Locy, ’18, (right) are two of the students who contribute to upkeeping the school garden, otherwise called the Carrden.

Angela Mauroni

Kelsey Terhune-Cotter, ’18, (left) and Kristen Locy, ’18, (right) are two of the students who contribute to upkeeping the school garden, otherwise called the Carrden.

Angela Mauroni

Angela Mauroni

Kelsey Terhune-Cotter, ’18, (left) and Kristen Locy, ’18, (right) are two of the students who contribute to upkeeping the school garden, otherwise called the Carrden.

Angela Mauroni, Science/International Editor

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According to the Environmental Science Education and Careers website, the environmental science and studies program at Allegheny College ranks second in the country for advocating environmental science.

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