Students gain new and valuable perspective from experiences with their peers in other places and by exploring natural resource issues around the world. To this end, we sponsor annual courses abroad and have developed formal exchange agreements with organizations in Sweden, Chile, and Brazil. Our faculty and graduate students also maintain ties with colleagues from universities in other countries and work together with researchers across the globe developing and implementing innovative solutions to a host of natural resources problems.
Our Faculty has organized our 2015- 2016 study aboard courses. Read all the details.
Visit the Study Aboard Fair September 25 10:00 – 3:00 at Talley Student Center.