Today’s Summer Spotlight features Professor George Curry (Department of Landscape Architecture) describing an exciting Summer Session course titled National Park Service Field School at Acadia National Park (LSA 496/696) to be held at Acadia National Park in Maine! Please enjoy this video, which includes several images of the striking landscape where the course will be conducted.
In addition to this unique out-of-state course, we invite you to also consider international courses such as Social-Ecological Conflict & Sustainability: Case Studies in Costa Rica & Nicaragua (EST 496/696). This four-week international field course, offered with a non-governmental organization in Costa Rica, will give you the opportunity to analyze field case studies and apply critical analysis skills to a representative array of regions, stakeholders, and protected areas in Central America!
Over 40 classes, including online, on-campus, and field courses, are currently listed for ESF’s 2012 Summer Session! For an updated course list, course descriptions, and details on how to register, visit the Summer Session website: http://www.esf.edu/outreach/summer/.
If you’re looking for an internship experience, consider the Summer Biomass Internship Program, offered collaboratively by SUNY-ESF, the Syracuse Center of Excellence, and the Centerstate CEO. You’ll gain hands-on experience in bioenergy, biofuels, and bioproducts by working with Upstate New York companies in the biomass field. More information is available at: http://www.esf.edu/outreach/projects/fff.htm