This interdisciplinary course seeks to engage students in the analysis of contentious public issues (focused particularly on natural resources) using multiple disciplinary lenses.  In so doing, students are challenged to apply their disciplinary training and the knowledge and skills developed through the General Education program to evaluate the ways in which citizens have addressed these difficult issues.  They practice the application of skills, particularly writing for the public arena, toward greater understanding and appreciation of the civic issues and the lives of active citizens.

To find out more about the course, visit the LU @ YNP course portal.  The photo for the header image is by Mike Kropf, student participant during LU @ YNP 2013.  The photo was taken on the Sculpture Trial at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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  1. To Whom It May Concern:

    I would like to know more information about this course. How much does it cost? How do you sign up for it? Are you able to take it during any summer?

    Thank you,

    Jennifer Gotz

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