Environmental Studies and Outdoor Studies
Environmental Studies and Outdoors Studies offers a wide selection of degrees and tracks. Part of the UAS Program on the Environment, these interdisciplinary degrees are designed to prepare students for a wide variety of careers working in outdoor settings or in environment-related fields. This degree is particularly suited for working in National Parks or Forests, working as an outdoor guide, or continuing to study the environment.
Kevin Krein, Ph.D.
Professor of PhilosophyProfile and contact info
Forest J. Wagner, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Outdoor Studies, Humanities Department ChairProfile and contact info
Glenn D. Wright, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science; Statewide Coordinator, Senator Ted Stevens State Legislative Internship Program
For Glenn, the study of politics is a vocation as well as a pastime, though he also enjoys skiing and sea kayaking. He writes on environmental issues, resource governance, and Alaska state politics and spends about 150 days a year on skis or in a kayak.
Adjunct Faculty of Outdoor StudiesProfile and contact info