ADP’s 2018 Politics & the Yellowstone Ecosystem
Politics and the Yellowstone Ecosystem
A Week-long Seminar in Yellowstone National Park | May 21– 26, 2018
- Participate in a cross-disciplinary study of political conflict in the world’s first national park
- Examine the political controversies over how the Park is managed, including wildlife management within and beyond Park boundaries, visitor impact, and global climate change.
- Meet and listen to stakeholders on all sides
- Learn how to design courses to help prepare students to understand and engage in conflict management and resolution over national and local public resources
The program, which begins late afternoon on Monday, May 21st and ends at noon on Saturday, May 26th will be held at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in Yellowstone National Park. The cost of the program is $1,465 which includes five (5) nights lodging at Mammoth Hotel (each participant will have a separate hotel room or cabin); all instruction and instructional materials, AV rental, classroom rental; in-park transportation; and several meals, including reception and dinner the first night.
For a comprehensive description of the program, daily schedule, and other information about the program or for registration materials, visit http://www.aascu.org/programs/adp/SPL/ Or contact: Jo Arney, 202 478-4830 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Felicia Durham, 202-478-4673 (email@example.com).