Student Organizations

Undergraduate and graduate students can join two student organizations working to expand campus and public understanding of climate change and other areas of environmental and public policy concern in which science and engineering can play a critical role.  


STEPS meets with visiting experts such as Former Assistant Secretary of State Kerri-Ann Jones on how science and engineering information can affect policy issues. 

DC3 and IGERT together

DC3 students work with graduate students in earth sciences and ecology and evolutionary biology to create environmental awareness posters.

Dartmouth Council on Climate Change

The DC3 student organization focuses on current international issues related to climate change. They increase awareness of international climate change issues within the Dartmouth community.

Science Technology and Engineering Policy Society

STEPS is open to graduate and undergraudate students and postdocs interested educating the public and legislators on science and policy issues by engaging in discussions and disseminating reliable data.  

The John Sloan Dickey Center