Graduate and PhD Residency - Environmental Education and Science Communication. 
Scholarships of $8000 available. Start: August 2019
A University of Idaho, McCall Outdoor Science School graduate resident develops 
the skills and expertise to impact the workforce and the world.
This one-year experience supports two degree options: a Master of Natural 
Resources (MNR) or a graduate certificate that enhances a current Ph.D study 
plan. Each option provides students with experience and marketability.
Graduate residents in the Environmental Education and Science Communication 

- Participate in hands-on coursework in ecology, science communication, 
place-based education, and leadership.

- Transform lives by teaching in an award-winning K-12 mentored teaching 

- Engage in social-ecological issues of a rural Idaho town.

- Learn through a student-centered 1:6 university faculty to graduate student 

- Immerse themselves in a supportive, community-based, learning experience

- Build skills for a wide range of professions. Visit our alumni webpage to see 
examples of the many career paths of graduates.

- Participate in a once in a lifetime trip into the Taylor Wilderness Research 
Station located in the heart of the Frank Church/River of No Return Wilderness.

- Live and work surrounded by the rivers, lakes and mountains of the Idaho 

To inquire about application details, contact Leslie Dorsey, 
or call 208-885-1085.

Gary S Thompson
 208 - 315 - 2058

The University of Idah0  - College of Natural  Resources
McCall Outdoor Science School


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