Anyone wishing they were in the Adirondacks instead of at Gettysburg this fall? If so, see below.
From: North East Environmental Studies Group [NEES@listserv.ursinus.edu
] on behalf of Michael Dinan [mdinan@CLARKSON.EDU
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 11:36 AM
Subject: [NEES] Adirondack Semester Fall 2012
We need a few more students to round out our class list for the fall of 2012. If you know of a student or colleague that may be interested this experience please pass this posting on.
Clarkson University is accepting applications from upper-level undergrads to attend the Adirondack Semester in the Fall of 2012. Students majoring in Biological Sciences, Business & Economics, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Political Science and the Social Sciences are encouraged to apply.
The full semester, 15-credit curriculum is themed around global sustainability, and examines the scientific, political and social challenges present in harmonizing economic, social and environmental goals. Courses will be taught by Clarkson University faculty and are designed to be interdisciplinary, academically rigorous, experiential and thought provoking.
Students will reside in Saranac Lake. The location provides an ideal setting to become intimately acquainted with small-town living and offers fantastic recreational, educational and cultural opportunities. Please share this information with students and colleagues across disciplines.
Program Coordinator, Adirondack Semester
Clarkson University’s Institute for a Sustainable Environment
Office ph. 315 269-2108
Cell ph. 315 261-2379 email@example.com