Spring Semester, Hybrid


Advanced Environmental Remote Sensing

Learn fundamental physical principles of terrestrial remote sensing followed by an examination of advanced topics in earth observation and digital image processing.

Conservation Governance, Institutions, and Legislative Processes

Learn about the opportunities and constraints in conservation that result from laws and bureaucracies.

Conservation Grant Writing

Learn the principles of grant writing and the importance of fundraising for successful conservation.

Environmental Sensing Technologies

Survey and explore newly developing technologies for monitoring the environment, including radar to social media.

Remote Sensing for Conservation and Management

Learn fundamental knowledge about terrestrial and environmental systems and how remote sensing can be used to measure, monitor, and model environmental conditions.

Spatial Statistics of Lattice Data

Use the R programming language to detect and quantify spatial patterns and learn to model in the presence of such patterns.

Environmental observation and informatics graduates celebrate at spring commencement. From left: Krista Thompson Aue, Lainet Garcia Rivera, Justine Spore, and Stephanie Rockwood.

Bonus Activities

Spring commencement celebration