Gain Paid Experience in the Public Sector - Apply to be a Willie L. Brown Jr. Fellow!
The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Fellowship Program places students in prestigious semester-long internships in SF city and county agencies.
For the Spring 2018 semester, Fellows will:
- Intern 16 hours/week at a city agency
- Participate in a 3-hour, 3-unit weekly professional development seminar
- Receive a $3,000 stipend
Applications open through Dec. 6, 2017. For more information and a link to the application, visit tinyurl.com/sfsu-wbf
Fall 2017 ENVS Faculty Office Hours
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Environmental Studies Program Information for Freshman
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How Do Graduating Seniors Rate the ENVS Program?
Every year the campus conducts a confidential exit survey of graduating seniors. According to the exit survey, Environmental Studies students rate their major higher than the overall average for SF State on almost all questions. On half the questions the difference between ENVS majors and SFSU students in general was more than 10 percentage points. 84% of graduating ENVS majors strongly agreed or agreed that "Faculty members were genuinely interested in my academic success" and 81% strongly agreed or agreed that "Faculty members were available when needed."
2017 PACE Faculty Searches
- National security, racialization and state power beginning August 2018. Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Law and Society, Sociology, Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies, or related field required.
- Environmental politics and policy with a specialty in urban adaptation to climate change beginning August 2018. Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Environmental Studies, Urban Studies and Planning, or related field required.
- Criminal justice administration and advocacy beginning August 2018. Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Criminology, Public Administration, Public Policy or related field required. Salary commensurate with qualifications.