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Spring Semester 2020
ENR 4890/5890 Tp: Environmental Solutions (1 credit) | Mondays 6-7 p.m. | UW Campus
ENR 4900/5900* Environmental Assessment (3 credits; C3) | May 18-June 14 | Grand Teton National Park
*fulfills the ENR 4900/5900 core requirement for undergraduate and graduate students earning a BS, major, or minor in Environment and Natural Resources.
Travel to Jackson Hole and spend an entire month in residence at the beautiful Murie Ranch, historic home to conservation legends, in Grand Teton National Park. After learning important project development and collaboration capacities in the spring, students will work in interdisciplinary teams to implement real-world environmental and sustainability projects of relevance to Jackson Hole stakeholders. Students will collaborate with each other and learn from both experienced faculty mentors and non-profit, business, resource management, and/or agency mentors to make a meaningful difference in this unique social-ecological community.
The course provides a fast-paced opportunity to engage in a team-, place-, and project- based field experience with opportunity to explore the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
The Haub School, with support from generous donors, provides more than $3250 per student in scholarship funding. The actual cost per student is $3750 ($3250 + $500 student course fee). The course fee covers:
Transportation to/from Grand Teton National Park, and during the course
Instruction and mentorship from faculty and project sponsors
Accommodations in Grand Teton National Park, including 27 nights at the historic cabins at the Murie Ranch, and chef-prepared meals
All supplies and equipment
Note that this fee does not include UW tuition & fees
Additional financial assistance available through need-based and academic scholarship
Please contact Rachael Budowle (email@example.com) with questions.
Join us for a 2020 info session to learn more:
Monday, October 28, 5:30 p.m., Kendall House (804 E Fremont)
Tuesday, October 29, 12:30 p.m., Kendall House (804 E Fremont)