Conway graduates are making a world of difference.

You can read profiles of Conway alums, look over books they have authored, and see what they have done as David Bird International Service Fellows and on service-learning trips.

Conway’s nearly six hundred graduates work in a wide range of fields related to ecological design and planning, often building on their prior education and experiences.

What sets them apart from others in their fields is a profound appreciation for sustainability, an ability to see and design parts within a larger landscape context, and a fundamental appreciation for design process.

Their fields include:

  • Landscape design specializing in native plants
  • Conservation planning
  • Land acquisition and management for land trusts
  • Bioengineering and phytoremediation
  • Invasive species control
  • Stormwater management
  • Permaculture and forest garden design
  • Wetland construction and remediation
  • Landscape architecture
  • Community and regional planning
  • Organic land management
  • Habitat restoration
  • Non-profit environmental education outreach


Class of 1982   Class of 2006