Education for Sustainability (EfS) 

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Energy Education 

Scholarships available for all energy education courses

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

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Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​Sep. 28-Oct. 30

​NRES 635 Renewable Energy Education

Information Flyer | Registration Form​

​Online

​Oct. 11, 18, 25, 

& Nov. 1

​NRES 634 School Building Energy Efficiency Education

Information Flyer​  | Registration Form

​Oshkosh, Wis.

Forestry Education 

 See course flyers for information about scholarships

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Professional Development Opportunity
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​Oct. 7 - Nov. 11

​NRES 620 Forestry Education for the Wisconsin K-12 Classroom

620 Information Flyer.pdf     Registration Form.pdf

​Online and Osceola

​Oct. 29 - 30

​NRES 621 Artistry and Forestry

621 Information Flyer.pdf   621 Registration Form.pdf

​Treehaven in Tomahawk

Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin

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Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​October 28

Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin Institute​

Middleton, Wis.​

Project Learning Tree

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Professional Development Opportunity
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On Demand

ONLINE FORMAT:  Project Learning Tree K-8 Training

Information and Registration Link​

Online


On Demand

ONLINE FORMAT: Project Learning Tree Early Childhood Training

Information and Registration Link

​Online

​Scheduled By Request

Project Learning Tree Training for Your Staff

Contact wcee-plt@uwsp.edu for more information

​Your Site


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.​