The Fellowship provides:
- Tuition for up to 36 advisor-approved graduate credits at UWSP
- Monthly stipend
- Room and board
- A UWSP faculty-advised program
- A master of science in natural resources/residential environmental education
Developing leaders, naturally
Through a unique partnership, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources (UWSP-CNR), UWSP-Treehaven Campus, and Conserve School provide a distinctive 2-year fellowship. Completion of the fellowship will result in a master of science in natural resources with an emphasis in residential environmental education/interpretation.
Fellows reside at Conserve School or Treehaven in the beautiful northern forests of Wisconsin for all 4 semesters while completing UWSP distance learning and face-to-face courses. At the same time, they gain skills at an environmental school and a residential environmental education center. This seamless integration of academic and work experience results in a graduate degree with meaningful application.
Advisors and instructors for the fellowship have been selected from UWSP faculty, staff, and adjunct professors for their experience, teaching reputation, and expertise.