Join us for the Ecology of Residency course! Now in it’s ninth year, this exciting and challenging course has become a core experience for many Environmental Humanities graduate students. Guided by award-winning author Terry Tempest Williams, this course includes field excursions, intense writing, enlightening group discussions, and powerful sessions with guest speakers set against some of the wildest places in the West.
Students earn 3 credit-hours through completion of an intensive nine-day course. Participants are selected through a competitive application process that includes a 750-word statement of what “Ecology of Residency” means to them, and an online application.
Applications for the 2013 course will be due on May 6, 2013.
For more information: http://www.hum.utah.edu/eh/?pageId=1115