Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Research Experience for Undergraduates: Linking Applied Knowledge in Environmental Sustainability

Students will spend two months in beautiful West Central Wisconsin in Menomonie, training under research mentors in biology, sociology, economics, anthropology, mathematics, geology, or communications.  This will better prepare students in their analytical skills while also furthering our knowledge for improving eutrophic lakes, particularly in the Midwestern U.S. Not only will you improve your analytical skills in a particular discipline, but you will gain interdisciplinary, applied problem solving skills that reflect larger changes in sustainability related research in academia, government, and the private sector.  We have fun, we learn stuff, and we try to make a difference to our collective relationship with nature.  So will you.