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ENVR 141: Wilderness and Human Values Workshop
In preparation for ENVR140: Wilderness and Human Values
Are you interested in how humanity has experienced and perceived wilderness environments? Do you want to cultivate teaching and leadership skills as part of your education? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then Environmental Studies is calling on you to apply to participate in ENVR 141 Wilderness and Human Values Workshop for Winter Quarter 2017.
|ENVR 141 is a 2-unit course that prepares students to serve as possible discussion leaders for ENVR 140 Wilderness and Human Values (4 credits) in Spring. Through readings, discussion, and hands-on learning, students will prepare to lead weekly discussion sections. ENVR141 will be on Tuesdays 3:30-4:50pm in Winter 2017. The instructor for ENVR141 and ENVR140 is Prof. Matthew Herbst.
Enrollment in ENVR 141 is required to serve as a discussion leader in ENVR140, but does not guarantee that a student will be a discussion leader. Students must successfully complete the course and must also meet the university criteria of a 3.0 cumulative GPA and upper-division standing (90 or more units completed).
TO APPLY fill out the ENVR 141 Application Form and EMAIL your completed application to Karla Kastner, Env Studies Minor Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 1, 2016.
Students will be notified by email before the end of Fall term with an email to their UCSD email account.