Outdoor Studies Program

Sustainability Semester Informational Meeting

Location: 
Carnegie 10
Date: 
September 12, 2012 7:00pm

Interested in food/agriculture, energy systems, green building or environmental justice? 

Do you desire to be academically engaged in a supportive living/learning environment?


Join members of the Sustainability Semester Planning Committee to learn about the programs’ inaugural semester in the Spring of 2013!

Applications will be due Wednesday, October 10th for the Spring 2013 Semester.

Questions should be directed to:
Program Director Cathy Shrady or
Assistant Director Louise Gava

 

Spring Cling Climbing Competition

Location: 
Munro Family Climbing Wall, Newell Athletic Center
Date: 
April 14, 2011 6:00pm - 8:30pm

In anticipation of the great outdoor climbing in the Adirondacks,
there is one last opportunity to compete on the plastic with your
friends. 
The Spring Cling Climbing
Competition is open to all ability levels and will offer a chance to
meet great people in the climbing community.

Come dressed like Spring and ready to pull hard. Compete in men's and
women's open as well as recreational levels. There will be great prizes
available for each level.

Entry fee is $5 and snack will be available.

The Munro Family Climbing is at the bottom of the main stairwell in the Newell Athletic Center. 

See you there!

Adirondack Semester Info Session

Location: 
Carnegie 112
Date: 
March 30, 2011 7:00pm


Information session for the Adirondack Semester program. 

Please contact Outdoor Studies with questions.

 

Outdoor Program Presentation

Location: 
SC, Winston Room
Date: 
November 3, 2009 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Interested in participating in an upcoming Outdoor Program trip?  Staff
from the OP will be showing a photo and video slide show of
past excursions.  They will also be promoting their upcoming outdoor
adventures!  

Outdoor Studies Program

» read moreThe Outdoor Studies Program has three divisions: the Outdoor Studies Minor, the Outdoor Program, and the Adirondack Semester. The Program aims to develop students’ appreciation for nature and the human place in it.
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