Center for Environmental Stewardship

Since 2013, the Center for Environmental Stewardship (CES) has been a part of the Fine School of the Sciences. The center’s mission is to “cultivate an environmentally literate citizenry and support educational opportunities and programs in environmental science and sustainability.” By promoting civic engagement and volunteerism, the CES works to keep the environment and neighboring communities healthy.

Kimberly Pause Tucker, Ph.D., Director, Center for Environmental Stewardship and Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, says that she and her students have worked hard during the past few years to get the CES where it is today.

"We are excited that there are so many great faculty, staff, and students who are interested in sustainability, and we hope that through our efforts and the efforts of others that sustainability and community service become an even bigger part of the SU culture."

Learn more about these and the many other completed and upcoming projects at