We believe that hands-on, immersive field and international learning experiences are essential components of a comprehensive environment & natural resources education.
Haub School students get their hands dirty, travel the world, and meet the natural
resource professionals who wrestle with difficult management decisions every day.
Expand your horizons, increase your intercultural competencies, and gain real-world
experience through life-transforming field and global learning opportunities.
Canyonlands: Climate, Water & Culture investigate the history, culture, and policies of the Colorado River canyonlands
Human & Physical Landscapes explore recreation, land conservation, and economic development in Queensland's coastal
Alpine Climate & Culture tour on foot the landscapes and cultures of Europe’s high alpine communities
Canaries & Climate explore conservation, sustainable development, and climate impacts on island communities
Winter Ecology study snow science, learn field naturalist skills, and explore plant and animal adaptations
to winter conditions
Conservation & Development understand natural resource conservation and development issues in Chilean Patagonia
Coastal Climate Resilience travel to Belize for an immersive program that uses local knowledge to understand
the role oceans play in global sustainability
Want to learn more about Haub School Field & Global opportunities? Contact Melanie
Matthews with questions:
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The Haub School offers scholarship support for field, global, and community-engaged
learning. Additional funding available from Education Abroad and other sources.
University of WyomingBim Kendall House804 E Fremont StLaramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080Fax: (307) 766-5099Email: email@example.com