Brown Environmental Leadership Lab: Alaska
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|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|July 26, 2015 - August 08, 2015||2||M,T,W,TH,F,SA 8:30A-9P||Open||Simon Liebling, Molly Mylius, David Atcheson||10682|
BELL is a unique outdoor learning laboratory. The courses draw their curricula from many different disciplines: history, biology, geology, economics, environmental studies, and leadership theory. In this course, students will travel to southern Alaska to experience, first-hand, the beauty and complexities of historic and present-day Alaska. Learning will be fast-paced, experiential, and include widely diverse perspectives.
Over the course of 2-weeks, you will explore the issues Alaska Natives face when trying to balance cultural and environmental preservation with economic growth. Our life choices, world-wide, have a direct impact on trade-offs between conservation and consumption that play out on the Alaskan stage. This program will specifically focus on current environmental issues in Alaska with relevance around the globe.
We will specifically focus our learning around: