Report from the field: NSF River Field Studies Network workshop #1 – Camp Lotus, California

By Dr. James Vonesh Excited to be back from our first NSF RIVER Field Studies Network workshop @ Camp Lotus on the American River in California. The vision of this network is to transform undergraduate STEM education through immersive, interdisciplinary river and watershed programs. This kick-starter involved the steering committee of faculty from 7 universities […]

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VCU OAP Assistant Director and ENVS Instructor appointed to Board of Directors of national outdoor society.

Joey Parent

Congratulations to Joey Parent, Assistant Director of VCU Outdoor Adventure Programs and instructor of ENVS 260 Outdoor Leadership, on his appointment to the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) Board of Directors. AORE is the premier organization dedicated to serving the needs of recreation and education professionals in non-profit settings. Through AORE, members have a […]

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Warblers on Working Lands: Restoring Shrublands for Wildlife

VCU CES professor Lesley Bulluck and collaborator Sergio Harding from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) posted an article this week on the DGIF website describing their efforts to engage local communities and private landowners in land management practices that help conserve the Golden-winged Warbler, a species which is declining rapidly across […]

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