Signature Partners

The six InCEES partners are leaders on campus and in their individual fields. Each partner uses their own operating framework and mission to educate students, advance research initiatives, cultivate partnerships and engage the community in their particular scope of work. The partners include:  the Environmental Studies Program, The Living Earth Collaborative, McDonnell Academy Global Energy and Environment Partnership (MAGEEP), the Office of Sustainability, Tyson Research Center, and the Washington University Climate Change Program (WUCCP). The University continues to invest significantly in these institutional resources to provide critical infrastructure for these endeavors.



Preparing the next generation of environmental leaders through interdisciplinary, community-engaged coursework, research and practice.

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Founded by three world-class organizations – Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri Botanical Gardens, and the Saint Louis Zoo – the collaborative celebrates the diversity of living organisms and promotes further understanding of the ways humans can help to preserve the varied natural environments that allow plants, animals and microbes to survive and thrive.


TheMcDonnell Academy Global Energy and Environment Partnership (MAGEEP) is a consortium of 35 universities and corporate partners working together in energy, environment & sustainability research, education and operations.

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Leading the University's efforts to transform the campus into a living learning laboratory that connects teaching and research directly to sustainable campus operations.

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A 2,000-acre environmental field station promoting collaborative and interdisciplinary scientific research, facilitating education through apprenticeship, and fostering a diverse community of students and faculty from Washington University and beyond.

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The Washington University Climate Change Program (WUCCP) is designed as a series of working groups drawing together faculty, administrators and community colleagues across disparate disciplines to address shared opportunities.

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