Through the development of networking and other research skills each student in this course compiles diverse background knowledge about areas of personal environmental interest. From this knowledge are developed personal academic and activity plans. Presentations by class members and guests provide interdisciplinary context through current issues, organized advocacy, and personal and professional opportunities. FOR ENVS MAJORS ONLY. Note: Both sections of ENVS 151 (A and B) will usually meet together. Prerequisite: ENVS 1, 2; ENVS major; soph. or junior standing.
Fall, Spring, Summer
ENVS 1, 2; ENVS major; soph. or junior standing