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Environmental Science/Natural Resource/Nutrition

bs_hopefulbs_hopeful Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member
edited February 2012 in Cornell University
I am interested in majoring in either Environmental Science/Natural Resources or nutrition in college. From everything I have heard, Cornell has some of the best programs in the national for these academic interests. Is Cornell generally seen as stronger in the environment and nutrition fields than all of the other Ivies?
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Replies to: Environmental Science/Natural Resource/Nutrition

  • bs_hopefulbs_hopeful Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member
    bump.....please!
  • dontfeedsparkydontfeedsparky Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
    I don't know about nutrition, but being a Natural Resources major, Cornell has an extremely strong environmental program because we're literally surrounded by all the resources an environmental major would need. There are tons of farms here, lots of environmental issues in every area in upstate New York being addressed, and Tompkins County sets an excellent example for sustainable management. We are definitely a stand-out amongst the Ivies. I heard Columbia's good too, ironically.
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