SPECIAL PROGRAM INFORMATION FOR:
University of Idaho

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Contact Information
Contact:Dr. Tom Gorman
Address:875 Perimeter Drive, MS 1138
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-1138
Title:Associate Dean, College of Natural Resources
Phone:208-885-7402
Fax:208-885-5534
E-mail:tgorman@uidaho.edu
 
Program Site
Program Type:Field Experience
Discipline(s):Interdisciplinary
Location:Idaho
Dates Offered:Fall Semester/Quarter
Number of Weeks:13
Credit Hours:16
Calendar:Semester
Plan:A or B
 
Additional Program Information
About The Program: The program takes place at the Taylor Wilderness Research Station in the heart of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness & at the McCall Field Campus along the shores of Payette Lake. Students enroll in classes that take advantage of Idahoís wilderness setting and develop a foundation in the unique ecology, geology and natural history of the Rocky Mountain ecosystems. UI profs teach Ecology, Wilderness Policy & Management, Environmental History & Writing, & Outdoor Leadership.

Program Requirements: 1) Written statement showing a strong interest/experience in one or some combination of science, environmental writing, natural resources, and outdoor pursuits. It will also demonstrate an understanding/experience of outdoor/wilderness living. 2) Strong letters of recommendation demonstrating knowledge of the studentís academic abilities and potential for living and learning in outdoor/wilderness setting. 3) Resume reflecting interests and experiences that are congruent with the spirit, goals.

Program Costs: 1) Room, board and transportation: $4,000 2) Field trip fees: $450

Access Types
  • Competitive: not all eligible applicants will have the opportunity to participate