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Indigenous peoples and local community perspectives on sustainability and resilience
Day and time to be determined (based on participant schedules) with in-person and zoom meetings
The seminar will be include discussions with the instructors about the readings, listening to guest presentations by knowledge holders from around the world (via Zoom), and engaging with the invited speakers in the President’s Dream Colloquium. These include:
This course will include an all-day fieldtrip of learning and sharing in the Sts’ailes community on the Harrison River (date TBD depending on student availability).
Day and time to be determined (based on participant schedules) with in-person and zoom meetings.
The course will be completed on a S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory) basis for graduate students and and Pass/Fail from undergraduates. A Pass or S-grade is fulfilled by full attendance and participation.
Students enroll in either INS 897 (5-credit course) or ARCH 895 (5-credit course).
Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students in ‘per unit fee’ programs are charged a set tuition fee for each unit enrolled per term.
Graduate students in ‘per term fee’ programs are charged a set tuition fee for each term of enrollment.
How to Apply
APPLY BY JULY 21, 2022
Seating in this course is limited. Preference is given to graduate students. Third and rougth year undergraduate students may apply, but acceptance is not guaranteed.
Please return completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 21.