Pre-College Programs

Brown Environmental Leadership Lab: Alaska

Cultural preservation, economic growth, and environmental choices

The BELL: Alaska Program is now closed to capacity. Applications are no longer being accepted.




2016 Program Dates:

Sunday, July 31 - Saturday, August 13, 2016

Eligibility:

For students completing grades 9-12 by June 2016, with a minimum age requirement of 15 by the start of the program.

Fees: 5,282

Application now closed.



Alaska is a place where multiple stakeholders — corporate, governmental, native and non-native — struggle to balance the consumption of natural resources with long-term sustainability. This summer, Brown University, in affiliation with the Cook Inlet Tribal Council and Kenai Peninsula College, travels to south-central Alaska to introduce students to the beauty and complexities of present-day Alaska.

Over the course of two weeks, we will explore issues Alaskans face in balancing cultural and environmental preservation with economic growth. Learning will be fast-paced, experiential, and include widely diverse perspectives.

Topics of study:

Brown University Global Program in Alaska

Sea stars are an example of
amazing Pacific tidepool animals.

Students will enroll in BELL: Alaska (CRN: 10682 or 10861)
If you are female, please register for CRN 10682.
If you are male, please register for CRN 10861.

Learn more about BELL: Alaska »