One course for three-and-a-half weeks means we open doors.
Scholarships can provide transformative experiences for students, ease the economic burden on their families, and help lift them from poverty. The $435 million “Building on Originality” fundraising campaign aims to raise $100 million for student financial aid. When raised, these funds will enable 180 new scholarships.
Loving it to death: Ecology & Human Impacts in the Rocky Mountain West aims to establish a foundational understanding of ecological theory and practice, then utilize this foundation to investigate various ecosystems and evaluate the extent of human impacts.