Led by Professor Anne Dabb and Alaska Outdoor Science School Professor Scott Ramsey, our Alaska Seminar will offer students the opportunity to experience the relationship between culture and environment that has shaped the Pacific Northwest. Using the living laboratory of Haines and Juneau, Alaska, students will see evidence of climate change firsthand and assess its ecological and cultural impact while looking at methods of sustainability.
Academic Calendar: June 16-27, 2020
Academic Focus: ENVS 390-6: Alaska Seminar Environmental and Cultural Sustainability
Language of Instruction: English
3 units of ENVS 390: Environmental & Cultural Sustainability (clears DD for students with 60 units or more)
Shared rooms in Echo Ranch Lodge in a bunkhouse setting.
TBD + $252 Extended Learning Fees
Program fees include local transportation via van and ferry, shared accommodation, most meals, excursions, and medical insurance. Airfare as well as personal expenditures are NOT included in the program cost, and estimated at $500.
Ideally, we will get all program participants together for pre-departure orientation in which we will discuss the program, curriculum and make flight suggestions. It is recommended that you await this meeting before booking any flights.
Contact Professor Anne Dabb for additional details: email@example.com
|Tuesday, September 24||12:00-12:50 pm||SBSB 1109|
|Thursday, October 3||12:00-12:50 pm||SBSB 1102|
|Tuesday, October 8||12:00-12:50 pm||SBSB 1109|
|Thursday, October 17||12:00-12:50 pm||SBSB 1102|