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    integration of geographic information systems analysis complements the more traditional methodologies and provides students tools to evaluate ecological processes at a variety fo scales The synergy between these fields is invaluable to helping monitor the health of our planet and build a sustainable future David s courses in Ecological Design also bridge the sometimes opposing disciplines of technology and ecology as we seek to understand what we can do as individuals and as a society to build a more sustainable future His experience and encouragement of low tech vernacular solutions for developing sustainable lifestyles emphasize a distinctly ecological approach However his course in photovoltaic system design and installation emphasizes an obvious utilization of technology to helping solve our global energy crisis In his words Helping my students who are increasingly technologically conditioned grapple with this conundrum is always exciting And it is eminently rewarding watching them derive their own unique and often brilliant integration of these modalities whether in science or their own lives Expand All Minimize All Education Education Masters of Science in Teaching MS 1984 Antioch New England Graduate School Keene N H Emphasis on biological ecological and environmental science education Bachelor of Science Cum Laude 1977 Fort Lewis College Durango Colorado Emphasis on field biology geology and anthropology Research Research Current Research Projects Research associate and GIS coordinator Influence of Ips beetles and fire on fuel structure in pinon juniper woodland southwestern Colorado Research associate and GIS coordinator History and Landscape Change in Dinosaur National Monument Publications Publications Floyd M Lisa William H Romme David D Hanna Mark Winterowd Dustin Hanna and John Spence 2008 Fire history of Piñon Juniper woodlands on Navajo point Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Natural Areas Journal 28 26 36 Romme W H P J Barry David D Hanna M L Floyd S White 2006 A Wildfire hazard assessment and map for LaPlata County Colorado USA Fire Ecology 2 1 32 Floyd M Lisa David D Hanna William H Romme and Timothy E Crews 2006 Predicting and mitigating weed invasions to restore natural post fire succession in Mesa Verde National Park Colorado USA International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 2 247 259 Floyd M Lisa David D Hanna W H Romme 2004 Historical and recent fire regimes in Piñon juniper woodlands on Mesa Verde USA Forest Ecology and Management 198 269 289 Hanna David D and Timothy B Graham Reptiles and Amphibians of the Piñon Juniper Woodlands Ch 9 in Floyd M Lisa 2003 ed Ancient Piñon Juniper Woodlands A Natural History of Mesa Verde Country University Press of Colorado Boulder CO Grissino Mayer H W H Romme M Lisa Floyd and David D Hanna 2004 Climate and human influences on fire regimes of the southern San Juan Mountains Ecology 85 6 1708 1724 Floyd M Lisa T Fleischner and David D Hanna Paul Whitefield 2003 Historic grazing effects in Chaco Canyon National Historic Park Conservation Biology 17 1703 1711 Romme W H M Preston D L Lynch P Kemp L Floyd

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    Muir Chautauqua Website Facebook Doug s teaching integrates natural sciences with historical and cultural perspectives that illustrate how people s attitudes toward nature influence ecological sustainability He helped design the College s environmental education curriculum Doug has received numerous awards including the 1990 National Wilderness Education Award sponsored by the U S Forest Service the Educator of the Year and President s Appreciation awards from the Arizona Environmental Education Association in 1994 and the City of Prescott Earth Day Award in 2003 Recognized for his portrayal of John Muir Doug was invited to perform for the 40th anniversary of the Wilderness Act in Washington D C in 2004 I am interested in how cultures relate to nature and teach classes in Mexico Scotland and Norway I am dedicated to instilling a sense of compassion wonder and responsibility toward life and the environment through the study of nature and ecology Biographical Sketch After receiving his masters Doug gained invaluable knowledge and experience working as a park ranger and interpretive naturalist at Canyonlands National Park He returned to Prescott College in 1978 to help administer a Youth Conservation Corps program and also assumed responsibilities of teaching in the Environmental Studies program where he designed the program emphasis in Environmental Education Over the past 30 years he has worked on numerous environmental issues including the 1984 and 1990 Arizona Wilderness Bills and has been a member of the board of directors of the Arizona Wilderness Coalition for many years In 1990 Doug was the co recipient of the National Wilderness Education Award sponsored by the U S Forest Service and the Izaac Walton League During the fall of 1991 Doug spent his sabbatical in Norway teaching at Olavskolen Folkehøgskole where he assisted as an instructor in Friluftsliv free air living and helped to incorporate ecological awareness In 1994 Doug received the Educator of the Year Award and the President s Appreciation Award from the Arizona Association for Learning in and About the Environment A A L E In 1996 Doug was a guest Professor at Telemark College where he instructed in Norway s first interdisciplinary environmental studies program Since 1992 Doug began performing John Muir under contract with the Arizona Humanities Council In May of 1998 he received an award for outstanding presenter at the National Wilderness Rangers Conference Doug was a keynote speaker at the Arizona Ecumenical Conference Caring for Creation held in April of 2003 In 2004 Doug was invited to perform John Muir at the 40 year celebration of the Wilderness Act in Washington D C Most recently Doug performed John Muir at the American International School in Paris France and also for the United Methodists Leadership Conference in Santa Cruz California He was a co recipient of a More Kids in the Woods grant sponsored by the National Forest Service He is presently researching the mythology folklore and traditions of Sacred Trees of Norway and Sweden as examples of mythopoetic traditions that encourage moral and ethical regard towards nature

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    s Kino Bay Center in Sonora Mexico Lorayne is a leader in collaborative mulit cultural and interdisciplinary conservation efforts in the Sea of Cortez Through her marine conservation classes in Mexico students learn firsthand about complex issues confronting marine and coastal environments It is one thing to read in a book that 85 percent of everything caught on a shrimp trawler is discarded dead as bycatch back into the sea It is quite a different learning experience to be sorting through the bycatch on the deck of a trawler working along fishermen whose livelihoods depend on destructive fisheries practices Upper division students have the opportunity to work with resident research fellows at the field station to learn about conservation methods while simultaneously contributing to real conservation projects Most of the conservation issues challenging society today are multicultural interdisciplinary and complex One of the most exciting endeavors of my career has been to empower students to become active and collaborative participants in facing these challenges Lorayne Meltzer Expand All Minimize All Research Research Lorayne s research focuses on the ecological social and economic impacts of high rates of by catch associated with shrimp trawling in the Sea of Cortez Her professional activities as co director and research coordinator at the Kino Bay Center focus on building collaborative and multi cultural initatives to develop community based solutions to economic and ecological dilemas posed by overfishing coastal development globalized markets and sporadic regulation She is most passionate about working with others to develop the Kino Bay Center into a place where people from different cultural academic and research backgrounds can enjoy coming together to create inovative strategies for solving complex problems Publications Publications Meltzer L Blinick N S Fleishman A B 2012 Management Implications of the Biodiversity and Socio Economic Impacts of Shrimp Trawler By Catch in Bahía de Kino Sonora México PLoS ONE 7 6 e35609 doi 10 1371 journal pone 0035609 Meltzer L Chang J O 2006 Export market influence on the development of the Pacific shrimp fishery of Sonora Mexico Ocean Coastal Management 49 3 4 222 235 Meltzer L Jiménez Serranía V Pfister T Fleishman A Duberstein J N Suárez Gracida G et al 2009 June 2009 Isla Alcatraz A decade of collaborative research education conservation and management Paper presented at the Encuentro nacional para la conservación y el desarrollo sustentable de las islas de México Ensenada Mexico Duberstein J N Jimenez Serrania V Pfister T Lindquist K Meltzer L 2005 Breeding Double Crested Cormorants and Wading Birds on Isla Alcatraz Sonora México Paper presented at the Third International Partners in Flight Conference March 20 24 2002 Asilomar Conference Grounds California Prescott College A C 2005 Programa de Conservación y Manejo Área de Protecion de Flora y Fauna de Isla Alcatraz Prescott College Bahia Kino Sonora Mexico Prescott College A C 2009 Estero Cardonal Conservation Feasibility Study Prescott College Bahia Kino Sonora Mexico Presentations Presentations Meltzer L Jiménez Serranía V Pfister T Fleishman A Duberstein J N Suárez Gracida

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    in the Old Pueblo Expand All Minimize All Education Education Ph D Geology University of Colorado Boulder 2011 M S Geology University of Wisconsin Madison 2006 B A Geology University of Minnesota Morris 2004 Research Research Kurt s research revolves around the themes of landscape evolution Quaternary climate change the past 2 7 million years and cosmogenic radionuclide applications Recent projects have ranged from documenting changes in alpine bedrock erosion rates in the Southern Rocky Mountains over the past 4 million years using cave sediments to investigating Laurentide Ice Sheet erosion over the past 2 5 million years in the High Canadian Arctic Kurt is also interested in understanding spatial patterns in climate during the Last Glacial Maximum 20 000 years ago and the influence these patterns had on mountain glaciers in the western United States Other ongoing pursuits involve the formation of fiords the preservation of ancient landforms beneath ice sheets and the application of cosmogenic 21Ne to geomorphic problems Publications Publications Refsnider K A Miller G H and Rood D 2014 Establishing an absolute chronology for the Plio Pleistocene Arctic Clyde Foreland Formation using a combined amino acid racemization and cosmogenic radionuclide approach Quaternary Geochronology Refsnider K A Miller G H Fogel M Frechette B Andrews J T Bowden R and Farmer G L in revision Carbonate precipitation chemical weathering and palynomorph preservation beneath the Laurentide Ice Sheet Quaternary Research Laabs B J C Marchetti D W Munroe J S Gosse J C Lips E W Refsnider K A Becker R A Mickelson D M and Singer B S 2013 Synchrony of Latest Pleistocene mountain glaciers and the Lake Bonneville highstand Quaternary Research Miller G H Geirsdóttir Á Zhong Y Larsen D J Otto Bliesner B L Holland M M Bailey D A Refsnider K A Lehman S J Southon J R Anderson C Bjornsson H and Thordarson T 2012 Abrupt onset of the Little Ice Age triggered by volcanism and sustained by sea ice ocean feedbacks Journal of Geophysical Research Refsnider K A Miller G H Hillaire Marcel C Ghaleb B Fogel M Bowden R 2012 Last Glacial Maximum Laurentide Ice Sheet oxygen isotope composition recorded by subglacial carbonate precipitates on Baffin Island Geology Refsnider K A 2010 Dramatic increase in late Cenozoic alpine erosion rates recorded by cave sediment in the southern Rocky Mountains Earth and Planetary Science Letters v 297 p 505 511 Refsnider K A and Miller G H 2010 Reorganization of ice sheet flow patterns in Arctic Canada and the mid Pleistocene transition Geophysical Research Letters v 37 LI13502 DOI 10 1029 2010GL043478 Refsnider K A Brugger K A Leonard E M McCalpin J P and Armstrong P Last Glacial Maximum equilibrium line altitude trends and precipitation patterns in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains southern Colorado USA Boreas v 38 p 663 678 Laabs B J C Refsnider K A Munroe J S Mickelson D M Applegate P J Singer B S and Caffee M W 2009 Latest Pleistocene glacial chronology of the

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    configurations may be exhibited in closely related taxa Why do some species have streaks while others have bars Is there a relationship between plumage pattern and morphology Accordingly he has identified an empirically derived plumage pattern trajectory that covaries with body size and morphology across the Class Aves see Riegner 2008 Furthermore the trajectory is recursive at various taxonomic levels such as within genera and within families and thus serves as an indicator of parallel evolution The recursive nature of the trajectory in which morphological and chromatic elements recur in modified configurations has perhaps contributed to an underestimate of parallel evolution in birds In addition Mark is interested in exploring dynamic ways of thinking about understanding the origin diversity constraints and evolution of biological form This has led him to research key figures in the history and philosophy of the biological sciences see Riegner 2013 He also continues field research on the ecology of wading birds see Clark Fleishman and Riegner 2015 Expertise Expertise Courses Mark currently teaches at Prescott College Animal Biology Behavior and Conservation of Mammals Coastal Ecology of the Gulf of California field Form and Pattern in Nature Insect Ecology Introduction to Ornithology Organic Evolution Tropical Biology The Natural History of Costa Rica field Publications Publications Clark E W A B Fleishman and M F Riegner 2015 Diversity abundance and nesting phenology of the wading birds of Bahia Kino Sonora Mexico Waterbirds 38 4 355 363 Riegner M F 2014 The phenomenology of betweenness Encountering nature s wholeness Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 25 3 28 32 Riegner M F 2013 Ancestor of the new archetypal biology Goethe s dynamic typology as a model for contemporary evolutionary developmental biology Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 44 735 744 Riegner M F 2008 Parallel evolution of plumage pattern and coloration in birds Implications for defining avian morphospace Condor 110 599 614 Riegner M 1998 Horns hooves spots and stripes Form and pattern in mammals In Goethe s way of science A phenomenology of nature D Seamon and A Zajonc Editors SUNY Press Albany New York pp 177 212 and translated into Norwegian in 2010 for The Ariadne Annual Riegner M and J Wilkes 1998 Flowforms and the language of water In Goethe s way of science A phenomenology of nature D Seamon and A Zajonc Editors SUNY Press Albany New York pp 233 252 Riegner M 1993 Toward a holistic understanding of place Reading a landscape through its flora and fauna In Dwelling seeing and designing Toward a phenomenological ecology D Seamon Editor SUNY Press Albany New York pp 181 215 Fleischner T and M Riegner 1993 Winter birds of Bahia Kino central Gulf of California coast Sonora Mexico Ecologica 3 1 29 34 Riegner M and L Niemeyer photographer 1993 Long legged wading birds of the North American wetlands Stackpole Books Harrisburg Pennsylvania Riegner M 1992 Look alike birds from distant lands A consideration of similarities in unrelated birds Birder s World 6 3

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    Costa Rica Additionally Peter has frequently taught graduate level field biology courses in Costa Rica for the Organization for Tropical Studies based at Duke University as well as leading undergraduate level adventure courses to some of Costa Rica s most remote and wild places for the Universities of Redlands Arizona and Michigan Previously Peter has been a member of Park City Utah s National Ski Patrol a volunteer for the fire department of Charlo Montana a back country ranger and river patroller for the North Cascades National Park and a taxi driver in New York When his body still functioned properly he was a serious playful competitive Ultimate Frisbee player Peter received his B A from Oberlin College in 1986 his M A in animal behavior and comparative animal physiology from Binghamton University SUNY in 1992 and his Ph D in rainforest systems ecology from the University of Michigan in 1997 Peter has been a professor since 1998 and has taught at the innovative liberal arts colleges of Marlboro in Vermont and Deep Springs College in California where he was the Herbert Reich Professor of Natural Science He has also taught at the research one University of Arizona for six years and through Duke University s Organization for Tropical Studies Until his arrival to Prescott College in 2010 Peter was an Associate Professor of Environmental Science at the University of Redlands where he loved the one on one opportunities to work with students as they explored the natural world through primary research Peter lives in Prescott with his wife Mariana Altrichter one of the world s foremost experts on wild boar and jaguar and the indigenous peoples who hunt them and herself a teacher at Prescott College and his 4 5 year old daughter Ceiba Azul named after a tropical tree thought to have magical powers by the Mayan peoples and their 2 5 year old child Suli Alba named after an Indonesian lullaby his mother sang to him Expand All Minimize All Education Education School of Natural Resources Environment University of Michigan Ph D 1997 Behavioral Ecology and Tropical Community Ecology Conservation Advisor David Allan Committee Gary Fowler Barb Smuts Earl Werner Donald Zak State University of New York at Binghamton now Binghamton University MA Biology 1992 Physiological Ecology Evolutionary Biology Committee Stimson Wilcox Nancy Stamp David Sloan Wilson David Murrish Oberlin College BA June 1986 Major Microbiology Research Research Tropical Behavioral and Community Ecology My work addresses the previously polarized debate on the relative control of top down or bottom up mechanisms for influencing community composition and structure I investigate the effects of a faunal population on distributions and diversity of trees and the cycling of nutrients through a tropical rainforest system Dissertation Direct Indirect Effects of Herbivorous Land Crabs on Seedling Density Organic Carbon Distributions and Rooting Profiles in Corcovado National Park Costa Rica 1993 2003 Behavioral Ecology Using the orb weaving spider s web itself as a quantifiable indicator of both the spider s behavioral and energetic energy allocation during its nightly foraging activity I addressed a foundational tenet of behavioral ecology that greater foraging success leads directly to greater reproductive output Master s Thesis The Orb Web An Energetic and Behavioral Indicator of the Foraging Reproductive Behaviors of the Orb Weaving Spider Lariniodes cornutus Araneidae 1988 1990 Chemical and Behavioral Desert Ecology We discovered identified and described a chemical secretion produced and associated behavior by newly mated queens of the parasitical slave raiding ant Polyergus breviceps used during chemical manipulation of the host species during colony takeover w H Topoff Am Museum Nat Hist 1986 Cognitive Ethology Broken wing display by piping plovers Charadrius melodus w C Ristau Rockefeller U 1985 Education Software Development in Molecular Biology I conceived designed and produced an interactive educational computer software package An interactive guided tour of the cellular metabolic pathways for introductory and upper level biochemistry students of the UM Published and distributed by Insight Media New York Expertise Expertise Ecosystem Ecology Animal Behavior Experiential Education Documentary Photography Sustainability Ecological Economics Widely Published Wildlife Photographer Tour Guide Amazon River Peru 4x Inca Trail Peru France biking Switzerland climbing Backcountry Ranger North Cascades National Park Washington State Ski Patrol and Avalanche Rescue Park City Utah Ultimate Frisbee competitive leagues 15 years Taxi Driver NY Scuba Certification EMT Emergency Medical Technician Spanish Fluency Publications Publications Stoker P Willett C Altrichter M P M Sherman 2012 Coyote Habitat Use in Joshua Tree National Park Southwestern Naturalist 57 2 214 216 Lindquist E S Krauss K W Green P T O Dowd D J Sherman P M T J Smith alphabetical after two primary authors 2009 The role of land crabs key factors in tropical coastal forests recruitment Biological Reviews 84 203 223 Cambridge Philosophical Society Sherman P M 2006 Faunal effects on ecosystems Land crabs influence distributions of organic carbon and roots in a mainland neotropical rainforest International Journal of Tropical Biology 54 1 149 161 Sherman P M 2003 Effects of land crabs on leaf litter distributions and accumulations in a mainland tropical rainforest Biotropica 35 3 365 374 Sherman P M 2002 Effects of land crabs on seedling densities distributions in a mainland neotropical rainforest Journal of Tropical Ecology 18 67 89 Altrichter M P M Sherman 1999 Distribution and abundance of the American alligator Alligator mississippiensis in the Welder Wildlife Refuge Texas Texas Journal Science 51 2 139 146 Sherman P M 1994 The orb web An energetic behavioral estimator of a spider s foraging and reproductive strategies Animal Behaviour 48 19 34 Presentations Presentations Select Presentations Sherman P 2009 Sustainability A vision for higher education Presentation to staff retreat of the Schools of Business and Education of the UR Sherman P 2007 2008 Sustainability The Next Industrial Revolution Numerous Invited KeyNote Presentations to Schools of Business and Chambers of Commerce in Southern California and New York Sherman P 2007 Sustainability The Next Industrial Revolution Keystone Address Induction Ceremony Whitehead Honors Society of the University of Redlands School

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    sustaining world including the reunification of ecological and social aspects of human consciousness and helping communities to grow toward bioregional self sufficiency and resilience Expand All Minimize All Education Education Ph D Prescott College Sustainability Education M A Sonoma State University Interdisciplinary Studies 1992 Journalism Certificate Sonoma State University B A Sonoma State University Communications Studies 1989 Research Research Application and continued development of the Kellert Shorb Biophilic Values Indicator KSBVI an instrument created by Terril and his wife Yvette A Schnoeker Shorb and in cooperation with Stephen R Kellert that creates a profile of a person s continuum of nine adaptive responses to the natural world The KSBVI is rooted in Edward O Wilson s biophilia theory which suggests that human beings have an innate propensity to affiliate with the natural world The KSBVI is currently in early testing phase and Terril Shorb welcomes opportunities from natural and social science faculty and environmental education directors of organizations to administer the KSBVI to cohorts of students or members of the organization Expertise Expertise Terril Shorb has extensive background education and professional experience in inviting people to reciprocal relationship with the natural world which also nourishes social connections This expertise is grounded in his adolescence as a member of a large subsistence family and continued with his role in a group of co founders in 1974 of Montana s Alternative Energy Resources Organization AERO He created in 1996 Prescott College s Sustainable Community Development Program the first of its kind in the nation He works with classroom teachers and other adults to help them understand the science behind the developmental benefits to young people of their direct contact with the natural world Related to this work he created the popular Children and Nature course to extend that kind of knowledge in his student s communities Terril works in the greater central Arizona highlands region to help citizens actively conserve and restore natural habitats for the durable health of the community of ALL beings Publications Publications Exploring the Twin Landscapes of Biophilic Learning Green Teacher Magazine Education for Planet Earth Summer 2012 Let Us Learn Again to Nourish a Gifted Subsistence Journal of Sustainability Education March 2011 Sustainability Education Invites Learners to Anticipate and Shape the Future Terril Shorb Interviews Stephen Sterling Journal of Sustainability Education March 2011 Climate Change and Creature Comforts Thoreau s Legacy American Stories on Global Warming Union of Concerned Scientists and Penguin Classics July 2009 The Butterfly Curriculum Learning to Help Heal the Community of All Beings ProQuest UMI 3359368 July 2009 Sustainability Education and Teaching Leadership Academic Exchange Quarterly June 22 2007 Nichols Jane Shorb Terril Have You Had Your Daily Dose of Biodiversity Sustainable Ways 3 11 2005 Toward Sustainable Community Some Considerations Sustainable Ways 2 15 2005 Of Habitat and Habitude Sustainable Ways 2004 A Fire s Subtle Changes and Casualties The Denver Post 2002 Fear the Fires Spare the Tree Pack to Flee The Arizona Republic 2002 Funeral Industry Giant Sues Small Publisher

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    s Programs Student Employment Staff Costs and How to Pay Important Things to Know Online Payment Options Tuition and Fees Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Submit A Profile Directory Departments Offices Registrar Human Resources Administration Information Technology Services Instructional Technology Experience News Events Publications Alligator Juniper Raven Review Transitions Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give Annual Fund What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Legacy Society Donor Recognition Complete List of Donors Meet our Donors Meet our Staff Resources for Prospective Students Current Students Alumni Parents Family Faculty Staff Community Featured Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Prospective Students Current Students Alumni Parents Family Faculty Staff Community 877 350 2100 Prescott College Explore History Values Vision Plan a Visit At a Glance Campus Field Stations Student Life Athletics Veterans Research Ethics IRB Employer of National Service Office of the President Academics Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Academics at Prescott College Academics Home Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Prior Learning Assessment Virtual Campus Tour Schedule a Visit Request Information Apply Now Prescott College Home Academics Carl Tomoff Ph D Senior Faculty Email Carl Send a Message Sinagua 220 Grove Ave Prescott AZ 86301 928 350 2255 Instruction at Prescott College Instruction at Prescott College Environmental Studies Sustainability The Environmental Studies and Sustainability Program centers on education in natural systems and processes of the Earth Read More More Info My Academic Interests Please select your academic interests below to narrow your viewing results Undergraduate Masters Ph D Resident Limited Residency View Results Areas of Study for Your Selection Adventure Education Arts Humanities Education Teacher Preparation Environmental Studies Sustainability Global Studies Psychology Human Development and Counselor Education Social Justice Human Rights Sustainability Education View Expanded Results Reset Selection Featured Concentrations Agroecology Ethnobiology and Sustainable Food Systems Conservation Science Environmental Education Environmental Studies Equine Assisted Learning Experiential Education Gender Studies Outdoor Experiential Education Regional Studies

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