Here is a unique Alaska field studies opportunity for undergraduate students 
looking for rigorous academics within a wilderness immersion experience.

The Alaska Wrangell Mountains Field Studies Program
June 22 - August 9, 2019
We are accepting applications for summer 2019 to our university-level Field 
Studies Program, and invite students at least one year into their undergraduate 
education to apply.

7-week summer field course (earn 10 semester/16 quarter credits). Cost is 
$9,400 (scholarships available)
Based in the historic town of McCarthy, in the heart Wrangell St. Elias, 
largest national park in the US and a World Heritage Site
This interdisciplinary course focuses on the forces shaping the 
rapidly-changing landscape of the Wrangell Mountains and beyond, including 
geology, ecology, climate change, policy, land management, outdoor leadership, 
and history
Backpack across glaciers into alpine meadows and forested valleys, no previous 
experience required
Field research-intensive, with close mentoring by world-class faculty
This course is a joint offering of The Wrangell Mountains Center and The 
Evergreen State College

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