FEATURED COURSES · SPRING 2019

Expect the Unexpected: Careers in the Environment

Envir St 402


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Thurs
3:30 - 5:25 PM
2 credits

Requires Sophomore standing or higher. Enrollment initially restricted to students in the Environmental Studies major/certificate or Sustainability certificate.


Fulfills Environmental Studies
Theme
UW Designations
Intermediate Social Science

Instructor

Paul Robbins
Paul Robbins
Director, Nelson Institute
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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Join Nelson Institute Director, Paul Robbins, for a course that will explore the many varied career opportunities for environmental professionals.  Each week will feature a discussion with an environmental professional and be supplemented with course work on career development and translating coursework outside the classroom.


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