Welcome!

The mission of the USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies is to encourage responsible and creative decisions in society by providing an objective source of marine and environmental science and fostering an understanding of the natural world among people of all ages.

Our affiliated faculty conduct research in all aspects of the environment. Wrigley Institute scientists investigate biological adaptations to climate change, study interactions among humans and natural systems, and connect science to environmental policy. We also offer unique educational programming and work with foundations and the public to enhance environmental awareness.

 

New at the Wrigley Institute

     

 


"A Day in the Life" — New Wrigley Institute Summer Blog!

Meet our graduate and undergraduate summer researchers.

 


Saturdays at the Lab

Saturday mornings, 10 am-12 noon, May 31–August 30, 2014
The WMSC holds an open house on Saturdays during the summer for visitors who want to see the inside of a working marine lab. This is a two-hour tour, open to the public, that begins at the waterfront.

 


Spring 2014 WAVES e-newsletter

 


Douglas G. Capone is the winner of the 2014 DuPont Industrial Biosciences Award in Applied and Environmental Microbiology

The winner of the 2014 DuPont Industrial Biosciences Award in Applied and Environmental Microbiology is Douglas G. Capone for his outstanding accomplishments as a marine microbiologist.

 


On Location - Tour of the Wrigley Institute's Hyperbaric Chamber and Touch Tank


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  • Los Angeles, California 90089-0371