This is a service-learning course in which you will work with a community partner to support sustainability in their organization or in the community that they serve, all while studying what it takes to be a sustainability change agent.
This course can be applied toward:
Graduate student or senior status required. One course in human dimensions course and one science course recommended.
Heather B. Jackson
Heather Jackson is a conservation and landscape ecologist with a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Louisiana State University. She is interested in research that will help conservation organizations maximize biodiversity protection given limited funds. In addition, her research aims to help researchers and conservation planners to conduct their work at the spatial scales that are most relevant to the species with which they are concerned. Dr. Jackson administers the Conservation Actions with Lands, Animals, and People graduate certificate provided through the Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department.