The Outdoor Education program at the University of New Hampshire prepares students to be effective teachers and leaders in educational, recreational and therapeutic settings. Graduates pursue a variety of careers in adventure-based programs in urban, rural and backcountry landscapes. Classes are taught by faculty members who are nationally and internationally renowned for their contributions to experiential learning in outdoor settings. Students combine a liberal arts education with professional leadership development through service-learning opportunities with real clients in schools and community organizations.
KIN: OE Masters student Kylie Skidmore published paper on cultural appropriation and misrepresentation within adventure therapyJune 26, 2017
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