The Environmental Science Learning Community is a fantastic activity that helps new students acclimate to starting at Iowa State University and provides tools for success in the Environmental Science curriculum.
The field trip is an exciting kick-off to students' career in Environmental Science. It is a service learning project in which the students collect prairie seeds at the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge. The field trip takes place on September 17.
|Field Trip Itinerary|
Weekly Meeting (EnSci 110, 202, and 203)
A weekly program is provided with presentations from peer mentors with tips on how to make full use of the resources available to Environmental Science students at Iowa State.
|Example Syllabus ENSCI 110|
One students response after the field trip:
"I can happily say that I now talk to at least four people more frequently than prior to the field trip. We're planning on organizing a study group as well. Thank you so much. A great kickoff to college."