3 credits / Fulfills Group F elective
Meets May 6 - May 10
This intensive field-based course will be an introduction to regional field ecology in which participants will develop skills in reading the landscape from an ecological perspective.
We will use science, art, and literature to understand the ecology of our region. We will also explore the ways regional conservation efforts are informed by ecological field research and monitoring.
INTRO TO ENVST
3 credits dates
Learn about all of the amazing sustainability research across our campus. In this course, you'll be introduced to faculty researchers who are interested in creating a more sustainable world from a variety of perspectives including biology, sociology, urban planning, communication and more. Participate in this online course from anywhere internet access is available.
ORGANIC GARDENING ENVST 3280
3 credits / Fulfills Group B elective
Meets May 13 - Aug 2
Organic gardening is easy and fun once you understand the basics about soil, nutrients, seasonality, and ecology. Join us this summer for a tasty and rewarding classroom and outdoor experience using campus and community gardens.