Environment class recognized at Undergraduate Student Initiated Education Celebration
Environment 88S - Environmental Nonprofits: Opportunity in a Changing World, taught by student Isis Krause, recognized at end of year event.
Undergraduate Student Initiated Education (USIE) is an innovative program designed to provide a select group of juniors and seniors in the College with the opportunity to develop and facilitate, under close faculty supervision, a lower division seminar for their peers.
In Spring 2010 graduating senior Isis Krause, a Geography/Environmental Studies Major and Environmental Systems and Society Minor, taught a seminar course which explored how environmental nonprofits function and the role they play in society. Adjunct Professor Carl Maida assisted as the course's Faculty Mentor.
IoE Professor Matt Kahn also served as Faculty Mentor for USIE course, Economics 88S - Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: An Economic Look at Food Systems in America.
To learn more about the USIE click here.
Published: Thursday, May 20, 2010