Education for Sustainability (EfS) 

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Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​April 4-May 13

​NRES 340/540 Green & Healthy Schools: A Whole School Approach to Sustainability

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

ALL TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS HAVE BEEN CLAIMED, WAITING LIST AVAILABLE

​Online

​June 15- June 17, 2016

​SAVE THE DATE!  WCEE Summer Institute on Climate Education:  Preparing for a Changing World

​Hear from Wisconsin's climate leaders, attend hands-on workshops featuring standards-based curriculum, and collaborate with peers to integrate 21st century skills into your teaching and learning.  Choose from three tracks:

  • ​Wisconsin's Changing Forests
  • Sustainable Energy Futures
  • Sun, Wind, Forest: Connecting Young Children to the World Around Them

More details to come soon!​

​Stevens Point

June 17-19

NRES 410/610 Exploring Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living at the Energy Fair

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

17 tuition scholarships available!​

​Custer, Wis.

Energy Education 

Scholarships available for all energy education courses

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

March 3, 19, April 20, & 27​

NRES 634 School Building Energy Efficiency Education

Information Flyer  | Registration Form​

​Baraboo, Wis.

March 4, 5, & 6

NRES 632 Doable Renewables: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom​

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

​Appleton, Wis.

​March 14, 16, 30, & April 6

​NRES 632 Doable Renewables: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

​Colby, Wis.

​April 7-May 8

NRES 631 Biomass Energy Education

Information Flyer  | Registration Form​​

​Online

​April 9 & 10

NRES 630 Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

​Milwaukee, Wis.

April 8, 9, & 10

NRES 630 Energy Education in the Classroom​

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

​Wild Rose, Wis.

​June 20 & 21

​NRES 632 Doable Renewables: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

Milladore, Wis.

July 18 & 19

NRES 630 Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

​Oshkosh, Wis.

​July 18 & 19

NRES 630 Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​​

​Oak Creek, Wis.

July 20 & 21​

NRES 632 Doable Renewable: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom​

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

​Oshkosh, Wis.

​July 20 & 21

NRES 632 Doable Renewables: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

​Oak Creek, Wis.

​Jul 25-Aug 1 Online and

Aug 2 & 3 face-to-face

​NRES 631 Exploring Energy Education through STEM

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form​

​Madison, Wis.

Forestry Education 

 See course flyers for information about scholarships

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

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Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​April 16 - April 17

​NRES 621 Greening Your Math: Mathematics in the Forest

Flyer for 621 Math.pdfFlyer for 621 Math.pdf     Registration Instructions - Math.pdfRegistration Instructions - Math.pdf

​Tomahawk

Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin

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Project Learning Tree

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Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​Scheduled By Request

​NEW ONLINE FORMAT:  Project Learning Tree PreK-8 Workshop

Information and Registration Link​​

Online



UWSP College of Natural Resources Master of Science Degree Programs​

UW-Stevens Point offers graduate courses within four Master of Science Degree Programs​. Courses may be taken as part of these programs or as non-degree credit for your professional development. Some of the courses may also be taken for undergraduate credit. Applied Master of Science Degree Programs include 1) Environmental Education for K-12 Teachers, 2) Environmental Education and Interpretation, and 3) Natural Resources Leadership and Administration. A 2-year on-campus Master of Science program in environmental education/interpretation is also available. On-campus graduate students are eligible for competitively awarded assistantships.​