This innovative program brings an interdisciplinary approach to the complex question of how climate change in mountainous regions affects both humans and nature. Combining methods and knowledge from the sciences, the humanities, and social sciences, this program welcomes students from all disciplines seeking novel, interdisciplinary approaches to complex questions.
Graduate and advanced undergraduate students will develop an understanding of how mountains are built, learn about alpine environmental degradation, and explore how nature and humans adapt together to changing circumstances. Current research on glaciology, landslides and new economic models will be at the center of discussions to provide a transdisciplinary perspective of the challenges faced by nature and humans.
The program will introduce students to:
|Period||17 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019|
|level||Bachelor / Undergraduate|
|Program fee||1,500 EUR|
|Accommodation fee||Included in program fee|
|Fee extra info:
Students may choose to follow this as a one-week program for € 750 from 17-21 June.
A non-refundable deposit of €500 is required by 15 April 2019 to reserve a place.
|Application deadline||15 April 2019|
Participants should be in good physical condition and should bring warm clothing for field trips to the mountains which involve hiking and altitude up to 2000m.