The most recent offering of the Environmental Stewardship course field experience was held on August 30 - September 1, 2016 at Penn State University. Participants completed a rigorous three-day program on environmental stewardship.
Click here for the course agenda. For more information, please contact Dori Coy.
*To view upcoming course schedules, please click on the 'Register' link at the top of this page.
Review of Pilot Course
This page reviews the pilot course offered in June, 2014, in State College, PA (Penn State). The mixed classroom and field course consisted of the Environmental Management Technology Course, from our four-course training program for regulators and policymakers.
The goal of the pilot program was to test the online curriculum in a classroom setting, evaluating it and making changes before putting all the material online. The pilot course gave participants practical knowledge to apply on the job. This practical knowledge will also be the core of the online program. Below are some of the specific learning objectives we had in mind in designing this pilot course. These objectives describe what was covered during this session of the course. The general schedule for the class is listed below as well.
Environmental – Subsurface
Click here to watch a video and visit our summary page for an overview of Courses 1 and 2, taught in 2013 at the Colorado School of Mines.
If you are interested in attending, please click here to email Jim Ladlee.