Posted by: csdailyblog | May 23, 2011

Conserve School/UW-Stevens Point Grad Fellows Earn Master’s Degrees

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Conserve School Field Instructors/UWSP Graduate Fellows, who play a critical role at Conserve School supervising students in the residence houses, teaching outdoor and environmental skills, and assisting in most areas of Conserve School, graduated this weekend with master’s degrees in natural resources, with an emphasis in environmental education, from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. Conserve School, UWSP’s College of Natural Resources, and UWSP’s Treehaven Environmental Learning Center have a unique partnership through which Conserve School field instructors receive graduate fellowships from UWSP. Enrolled in UWSP’s graduate program in Residential Environmental Education, our grad fellows work at Conserve School and at Treehaven while studying online and at UWSP for two years in order to attain their master’s degrees. Along the way they put in a lot of hard work and make a huge contribution to Conserve School.

Grad Fellows: Thank you, congratulations, and best wishes as you move on to the next steps in your professional lives!

Mary Anna


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