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Bamboo Architecture and Environmental Design Farming Opportunity in Ecuador!

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Bamboo Architecture and Environmental Design Farming Opportunity in Ecuador! Winter Break Dates January 5-15th for 2 units of credit, AXP hours available for architects in training, Summer Dates TBA. Limited space available, contact us ASAP for a $250 early registration discount! This winter, Regeneration Field Institute (RFI) is offering opportunities for university students to collaborate with our coalition of builders and community members striving to rebuild communities with sustainable green technology through harnessing the power and strength of locally sourced species of bamboo. Students will receive lessons and instruction from world-renowned Ecuadorian architectural professors, carpenters, and bamboo farmers who have been actively rebuilding since the earthquake, as well as have the opportunity to collaborate with local university engineering and architecture students. Students will also be instructed in the use of tools with the ultimate goal of building a community s

Info for your students—University of Michigan graduate programs

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Good Afternoon, This year, the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) is working to expand our reach and attract new and diverse prospective graduate students to our community of sustainability leaders and change agents. As part of that effort, we are now waiving the application fee for all qualified applicants to remove the financial barriers for students interested in exploring graduate school. Do you know a talented student who is passionate about changing the world?  If so, please forward this message and attached PDF program overview along to them. Michigan SEAS is an ideal fit for students who are interested in working across disciplines to solve society’s most pressing environmental problems and create a more sustainable, just world. Students interested in the possibility of graduate school should submit their information here . They can also explore the Michigan SEAS website at seas.umich.edu , or you can make direct refer

UC Davis Study Abroad: Summer 2018 Programs

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****************************** ****************************** *************** UC Davis Summer Abroad 2018 is offering several programs that may be of interest to you.  UC Berkeley summer financial aid applies. All courses are taught in English and you can earn 8 UC units in 4 weeks.  Our brochure  will arrive to your home address during the winter break; keep an eye out. Program fees will be posted on our website in December.  We’ve highlighted some programs below that may interest you: UC DAVIS SUMMER ABROAD – Open to all UC Berkeley students! UC Davis Summer Abroad  programs offer you short, intensive academic courses that are complemented with many excursions and cultural activities. Programs are built around UC Davis courses and are led by UC Davis faculty. Create an online profile  to receive email updates about programs that interest you (it only takes a minute).     France—Sex & Space  (France) Bhutan—GIS in the Land of the Thunder Dragon  (Bhutan)

Art Design Events at BAMPA

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Share Tweet Forward Arts + Design Mondays @ BAMPFA Monday, October 22, 6:30pm Night Watch with Shimon Attie Presented by Berkeley Arts + Design and with the Department of Art Practice and the Headlands Center for the Arts   Free and open to the public. No ticket required. Doors open at 6pm and lecture starts at 6:30pm at the BAMPFA  Osher Theater.  Shimon Attie is a Berkeley alum and an internationally renowned visual artist, whose practice includes creating permanent and temporary site-specific installations in public places, immersive mixed-media installations for museums and galleries, art photographs, and new media works. In many of his projects, Attie has used a variety of media to animate sites with images of their lost histories or speculative futures. This has included introducing the histories and narratives of marginalized and/or forgotten communities into the physical landscape of the present. In creati