July 2011 Clear Search

  • Saturday July 23, 2011
  • High School Field Ecology: Yellowstone Experience Part 2

    We woke up early in the morning, brush our teeth, some people did some Yoga. Today we got the best breakfast from the trip. We load up the vans and headed to the adventure of the day. In the way we found a black bear that we observed for a little bit, a Park Ranger stopped and gave us a
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  • Friday July 22, 2011
  • High School Field Ecology: Creative Writing

    The memories are shooting stars, The memories are pieces of the past, The reality is too amorphous that every day is like a metamorphosis.
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  • Thursday July 21, 2011
  • "Treasure Hunt" Raffle Tickets Online

    The auction ship is ready to set sail! Join us for “Treasure Hunt 2011,” our 34th Annual Summer Fundraising Auction, either in person on Saturday, August 20th, or online—raffle tickets are now on sale! Just click here for your chance to win any of three great prizes:
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  • A Grand Adventure

    Imagine you’re in high school. You show up at the airport at 4AM to join a group of people you’ve never met. You board a plane and begin your journey to Wyoming. You’ve signed up for an adventure, and you’re not quite sure what to expect. Everything is going to be new: hiking,
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  • Capstone Experience

    The graduate students have been furiously planning and executing summer capstone programs for the past six weeks. Some of these programs include High School Field Ecology, Field Natural History, and our new Summer Search Program:Teach, Learn & Educate. We currently have 38
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  • Place Learning and Civic Engagement Workshops Take Training Around Wyoming

    The Place-Learning and Civic Engagment workshop series, a year-long professional development program for elementary teachers around Wyoming, recently completed a four-day training in Cheyenne for teachers from Cheyenne and Saratoga, Wyoming. Kate Welsh of the University of
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