A few key points about Environmental Humanities at Utah
Students have office and community space in our historic building, itself walking distance to open space and wilderness areas.
Our tight-knit student cohorts work with distinguished University of Utah faculty from across the campus.
Interested students can receive summer funding for research projects, community internships and creative writing.
We host several classes at the Taft-Nicholson Center amidst the 65,000-acre Red Rocks Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.
We foreground career advising, job placement, and application to strong PhD and professional programs.