Brown Environmental Leadership Lab: Environmental Science and Social Action
Six Sections Available to Choose From:
|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|June 26, 2016 - July 08, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Waitlisted||Erik Donofrio, Ross Donihue||10007|
|June 26, 2016 - July 08, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Erik Donofrio, Ross Donihue||10013|
|July 10, 2016 - July 22, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Jane Diener, Erik Donofrio||10290|
|July 10, 2016 - July 22, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Erik Donofrio, Jane Diener||10353|
|July 24, 2016 - August 05, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Erik Donofrio, Kimberly McCabe||10354|
|July 24, 2016 - August 05, 2016||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Erik Donofrio, Kimberly McCabe||10355|
BELL Rhode Island is a unique outdoor learning experience. The academic content of this course centers on understanding the causes, impacts, and solutions to climate change both globally and locally. In order to appreciate the many manifestations of climate change, our curriculum draws from both environmental science and environmental studies including biology, chemistry, economics, history, sociology, and engineering. All learning at BELL is experiential and challenging.
Students will learn how human demands on the environment often compromise the long-term health of the very ecosystems that keep us alive. They will develop the leadership skills they need to tackle pressing environmental problems in their home communities and develop an Action Plan. Students will also learn about policies, practices and emerging technologies that can help reduce humankind’s ecological impact and adapt to climate change.
If you are female, please register in CRN 10007 for June 26 - July 8, CRN 10290 for July 10 - July 22, or CRN 10354 for July 24 - August 5. If you are a male, please register in CRN 10013 for June 26 - July 8, CRN 10353 for July 10 - July 22, or CRN 10355 for July 24 - August 5.
*Although the BELL program is co-educational, the program's overnight accommodation (tents) are single gender (tents for boys and tents for girls). Because we have a limited number of tents, it is critical that we track applications/registrations by gender in order to accommodate the single sex nature of our overnight accommodations.
This program is based on the 372 acre Haffenreffer Estate in Bristol, Rhode Island, on the shores of Narragansett Bay. The Haffenreffer Estate has acres of woods and open fields as well as volleyball and bocce courts. Students live in large tents on wooden platforms overlooking the water and are in close proximity to a multi-purpose building with indoor showers, bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living room/indoor classroom.
*Please note: This course has a Material Fee of $50.00.