Our environment’s surrounding lakes, rivers, streams, groundwater system, reservoirs, canals, levees and ditches are highly managed, according to Andy Rost, assistant professor of Science and Technology. For the first time in roughly 10 years, Rost is reviving the Hydrology course in Sierra Nevada College’s Earth Science curriculum.
Snow flurries approached the Tahoe Basin, and the Fundamentals of Environmental Interpretations class, taught by Andy Rost, Adjunct Professor of Science and Technology, couldn’t wait to get out into the field.
Bridging the gap between creative ideas and successful business enterprises was the theme at the informative presentation for the MiddCORE Immersion Program to take place June 17 – July 12 at Sierra Nevada College.
This summer Sierra Nevada College is hosting for the first time, Middlebury MiddCORE, an intense month long program for students interested in building leadership and communication skills and developing an entrepreneurial mindset.
Business and Marketing professor Atul Minocha, who spent 25 years as a corporate executive, entrepreneur and advisor, confessed to being a “zealot and convert to the liberal arts.”
His statement set up a discussion for and against the relevance of the Future of Liberal Arts Education and Its Impact on Sierra Nevada College during the Strategic Planning Committee’s first of three meetings held the first week of October.