UConn Climate Corps

Climate Corps

The UConn Climate Corps is a new undergraduate classroom and service learning opportunity that will begin formally in the Fall of the 2017-18 academic year. The program consists of a new 3 credit course (Fall semester) on the local impacts of climate change, followed by a 3 credit practicum (Spring semester) during which students work with Extension faculty to assist Connecticut communities in adapting to climate change.

 

Climate Corps students

Interested Student?

Living Shorelines

 Interested Community?

Partners

The MAPP/Climate Corps program is a partnership of the following UConn entities:

Funding

MAPP/Climate Corps is funded by a three-year pilot program grant from the UConn Provost’s Office, in support of enhancing and elevating the five key goals of the University Academic Plan: Research & Scholarship, Undergraduate Education, Graduate Education, Teaching Effectiveness, and Public Engagement.