Out-of-state students interested in exploring sustainability issues in an island context are invited to apply to the University of Hawaiʻi Summer GREEN Program. The 14-day immersive travel experience is being offered by the UH Office of Sustainability, Outreach College, the UH Mānoa Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences (TPSS) and The Green Program.
Selected applicants will be delegates at the World Youth Congress (WYC) 2017 and participate in a global gathering of the next generation of sustainability leaders. WYC serves as a chance for active, innovative and capable young leaders from all over the globe to come together for a week-long event packed with activities.
A limited number of seats are still available for this 2017 summer course. Learn more and apply for the class at the GREEN Program website.
More about the Summer GREEN Program
Leading up to the congress, students will take classes from Noa Lincoln, assistant professor of indigenous crops and cropping systems in the TPSS department. Students also have the opportunity to earn college credits during this summer program.
In class lectures include (but are not limited to)*:
- Introduction to sustainable food systems and energy in Hawaiʻi
- Theory and practice of sustainable agriculture
- Politics of food in Hawaiʻi on a global context
- Food sovereignty, nutrition and human well being: reconnecting food, nature and community
*Please note that classes are subject to be updated.
Contact Amanda Crawford-Staub at The Green Program with any questions on how to submit your application for this unique summer program: email@example.com or call (888) 231-4711.