NATR299G - Contemporary Conservation Issues and Environmental Awareness
This course explores the impacts of technology and human activity on our environment and natural resources. Key conservation issues are used as examples of past and present biological, social, and environmental conflicts. Each week we will explore a range of themes that help you analyze and interpret the work of local leaders and their organizations. The ultimate goal of the course experience is to help you explore your own leadership style and chart out a professional course for your future work academic and professional. Students will work collaboratively on a current environmental problem. Tasks will include characterizing the problem, analyzing possible solutions and publicly presenting the results.
Prerequisites: Admission to Environmental Studies Program or Instructor Signature.