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Masters Program – Environmental Education and Science Communication
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Deadline to Apply:
Monday, August 1, 2022, 12:00am
A University of Idaho – Environmental Education and Science Communication (EESC) graduate student earns a Masters of Natural Resources while developing an array of professional skills and expertise. Applied coursework and targeted study in science communication, leadership, place-based education, and ecology give our residents what they need to impact the workforce and the world. Because MOSS is a program of the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources, you can earn a Masters of Natural Resources in two semesters.
- Experience learning in new ways by taking experiential coursework in ecology, science communication, place-based education, and leadership.
- Gain outreach and instructional skills as a part of a mentored teaching practicum through our award-winning McCall Outdoor Science School. This includes working with a diverse group of students in a variety of programs.
- Build interdisciplinary thinking skills to address complex socio-ecological issues.
- Enjoy a 1:6 faculty to graduate student ratio that ensures a student-centered approach to learning.
- Immerse themselves in a supportive, community-based, learning experience that prepares students for a wide range of professions. Visit our alumni webpage to see examples of the many career paths of our 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.
Position Start Date:
Monday, August 1, 2022
How to Apply:
A complete application file contains:
1. Completing online application process found here: https://www.uidaho.edu/cnr/moss/programs/graduate-program/admissions/application-and-deadlines
2. Three letters of recommendation. These can be sent by you along with your other application materials OR they can be sent directly by the letter writer to Graduate Admissions via email or regular mail to the address below.
3. 1-2 page statement of career objectives entitled "The McCall Outdoor Science School" that addresses the following:
- How does the MOSS program support your personal, academic, and professional goals?
- How has your personal, academic, and professional experience prepared you for the MOSS program?
- Describe your community living experience and philosophy
4. A 1-2 page curriculum vitae/resume
5. An official transcript from all institutions attended. These should be sent directly from the institution itself.
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