Renowned for its accredited researched-based undergraduate field programs, Wildlands Studies seeks candidates holding a MSc or PhD to be the Lead Instructor for new field programs. Students consistently report that their Wildlands Studies experience added depth and meaning to their on-campus classes and “changed their lives”. Wildlands Studies instructors enhance their own credentials with unique opportunities to teach in the field while engaging students in active research.

The Lead Instructor will direct students on an academically rigorous, wilderness-based two and six-week field study programs to explore habitats and cultures of specific U.S.A. and international locales, with the aim to offer the course repeatedly each year. Students earn 5-15 quarter c

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