“SNC has a partnership with Thya International Education, a group that helps us to form collaborations with Chinese colleges and universities so that we can provide students from those colleges and universities with the opportunity to study in the United States at SNC. We were in China meeting with our existing partner, Shanghai Ocean University, to discuss how their current students are doing at SNC and to explore new opportunities for collaboration. We were also meeting with two other universities, Hubei University Technical and Business College in Wuhan and Chongqing Vocational College of Media in Chongqing, to sign new letters of intent to collaborate on the exchange of students for short term summer study, 2+2 and 1+3 degree program exchanges and faculty development,” said Beets.
SNC South Africa Aid
A group of Sierra Nevada College students are going to South Africa to help develop Hananani Primary School in Dixie Village, which is in desperate need of some attention. The group needs help with funding for supplies for students in the underprivileged communities. Find out more about the trip, how the money will be spent and how you can help this group of students meet their goal at - https://rally.org/f/8DnABnJYjqW?fb_action_ids=10153938867955514&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_ref=cta_bar&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582
Some people may think of the group of friends that make up Strange Brew and Gremlinz as crews, gangs or even frats, but really they’re just individuals collectively dedicated to sharing the simple passion of having both of your feet atop a board, and documenting their extreme sports experiences whenever possible.
Sierra Nevada College students with wandering hearts and a taste for adventure have a chance this year to explore Japan, China, Hawaii or South Africa and get school credit at the same time.
EnvironmentalFrom camping and hiking, to learning about organic farming and observing elephant seals and the environment’s ecosystems, Assistant Professor Andy Rost and his Fundamentals of Environmental Interpretation class learned it all on March 7-9 at California’s Central Coast.
“I think I left my beacon in the truck,” my friend said. The quarter-size snowflakes stuck in his beard as he rifled through his pack. I peered out over the edge of the chute that carved a path down to the frozen lake below.
Castle Lake is a small glacial lake located approximately 10 miles outside Mt. Shasta City. On your typical morning in June, the lake would be bustling with families unpacking picnics, kayaks and fishing gear from their cars. Today was different. Today only a small caravan of skiers braved the two feet of fresh snow to take advantage of the rare powder day in June.