FOR 473 class at Baltimore Woods
Dr. Diane Kuehn
310A Bray Hall
1 Forestry Drive
FOR 476/676 class in Hancock, NY
FNRM orientation class (FOR 132) is designed to introduce freshmen and transfer students at ESF to the programs and faculty of the Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management. For the class syllabus and assignments, visit Blackboard at "Http://blackboard.syr.edu".
Ecotourism and Nature Tourism (FOR 476/676) is a service learning class offered every fall at ESF. Service learning courses engage students in providing real-life community services. During the fall 2012 semester, we will be working on a tourism plan for a land trust property managed by Tug Hill Tomorrow. For the class syllabus, click on the link below.
Some of our class’s past projects have included:
Environmental Career Strategies for Women (FOR 496-10 and 797-02) is a graduate/undergraduate, 1-credit seminar that provides a forum for male and female students to interact and discuss gender issues pertaining to academia and other professional areas.
Fundamentals of Outdoor Recreation (FOR 372) is an undergraduate level, 3-credit course that focuses on the basic history and concepts related to outdoor recreation.
Human Behavior and Recreational Visitor Management (FOR 475) is an undergraduate level, 3-credit course that focuses on human behavior in natural environments.
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