The Warner College of Natural Resources (WCNR) 2011 Mini-Grants Program for Teaching, Research and Engagement Background and Purpose: Funds associated with the Warner gift are available to support a mini-grant program within WCNR. The grant program enhances the overall quality of the WCNR teaching, research and engagement portfolios by providing funding for innovative ideas to enhance the student learning experience, to create additional opportunities to explore natural resource research ideas, and to expand our capabilities to communicate new knowledge to outside constituencies.
Dr. Mark Paschke, Associate Dean for Research (firstname.lastname@example.org), 491-0760
The Mobile Seminar on Planning and Managing
Tourism in Protected Areas is an intensive, 2.5 week
field-based training event for individuals working to
promote sustainable tourism and outdoor recreation
in parks and nature reserves worldwide. The seminar
will build the skills of participants to plan and manage
public use and outdoor recreation programs in protected
areas to build support for conservation, contribute to
public health, fund protected area management, and
provide economic benefits to local communities and
In its broadest form, artistic expression is central to community development, health and wellbeing, economic opportunity, and cultural revitalization. Applied Anthropologists are both audience and artist in crafting collaborative research, program implementation, and ethnography.This conference will explore the work of practitioners and academics in honoring the role of artists and artistic expression in diverse communities of concern. The conference theme includes literary, performing, and visual arts, as well as practical arts of collaboration and communication.
For more information, please contact the program coordinators:
Dept. of Anthropology, Colorado State University
Dept. of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado