River University online info chat this Thurs, 3/7, 5:15pm on credit-bearing summer experience
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Having trouble viewing this email? Click hereMeet up online...for a virtual information session to learn how River University can be the perfect fit for you, or someone you know who has an interest in the environment.Connect with us!River University's Educational Program Director Mike Walsh will fill you in on all you would like to know about what to expect this summer at River University. A special meeting through Adobe Connect will allow you to meet online. Simply choose 'Enter as a Guest' fill in your name and click 'Enter Room.'
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Connect here: Thurs, March 7, 5:15pmThis summer, immerse yourself in the Hudson River,the birthplace of the modern environmental movement, and earn 6 Clarkson University undergraduate credits.Hear what John Cronin has to say about RU in this video. John, named "Hero for the Planet" by Time Magazine, will teach environmental policy at River University this summer.Enroll in River University!June 10 - 28, 2013River University offers an interdisciplinary undergraduate experience in ecology, environmental engineering, and water policy and includes 3 days aboard the sloop Clearwater on the Hudson River.River University is for any undergraduate student with an interest in the environment. Regardless of your major, you can broaden your undergraduate experience with River University's interdisciplinary approach.River University is a smart solution for students who want to:
Don't delayReview of applications is now underwayEnrollment is limited to 20 students
- Lighten their course load during the academic year;
- Add credits during the summer to graduate on time;
- Avoid a costly fifth undergraduate year; or
- Bolster a college application.
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