Miller Worley Center for the Environment

Creating a greener and more equitable world, the Miller Worley Center for the Environment prepares environmental leaders for today and the future by promoting a culture of environmental sustainability and justice on campus and beyond. We advance our ideals through environmental literacy and critical thinking, sustainable community building, student action and leadership in the service of all generations.

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Our Programs

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The Miller Worley Center offers leadership opportunities within the center through the Community Sustainability Coordinator program; supports students with grants for conferences and to pursue environmentally-focused research; identifies high quality summer internships; supports speaker, events and initiatives associated with the mission.

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The College is committed to advancing its core education and research to impact leadership in local and global sustainability and to foster a culture of sustainability on campus.

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Using both the natural and built campus landscape, the campus living laboratory offers students the opportunity to obtain multi-disciplinary hands-on undergraduate research experience in fields such as environmental monitoring, history and sustainability.



MWCE Podcast

MWCE Podcast

With this podcast, we’ll explore issues ranging from sustainability to environmental justice.
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Waterways Visioning Series

A series of community events to identify values & priorities to guide educational opportunities & sustainable management of Stony Brook and Lower Lake.
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Community Commitment to Climate Justice

CC2CJ offers a way for everyone on campus, from students and administrators to staff and faculty, to get involved in the fight against climate disruption.

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More about the Miller Worley Center

The Miller Worley Center for the Environment humbly acknowledges that the land on which we reside, learn and work is the ancestral home of the Nonotuck, neighbored by the ancestral lands of the Nipmuc and the Wampanoag to the East, the Mohegan and Pequot to the South, the Mohican to the West, and the Abenaki to the North.

Recognizing that the history of environmentalism has been fraught with injustices towards Indigenous peoples, we strive to honor and respect the history of the original inhabitants of this beautiful land as we also work to steward it.