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Posted: 02/24/2015

Employer
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Center for Cultural Landscape Preservation

The SUNY ESF Center for Cultural Landscape Preservation, based in the Department of Landscape Architecture, supports the education of landscape architects and students in related professions as best stewards of the cultural environment. The Center brings together interdisciplinary expertise from across ESF, the National Park Service, state parks, and other partners to address challenges in preserving our landscape heritage.


Position
2015 NPS Field School in Cultural Landscape Preservation
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Bar Harbor, ME
Details
$1,000
 

Current students in landscape architecture, historic preservation, forest and natural resource management, environmental studies, and related fields are preferred. Enrollment is limited to six.

OPen until
03/15/2015

How to apply
To apply to the field school, submit a letter of interest, resume, transcript, and two references (names and contact information, no letters required). Send materials electronically or by mail to Professor George W. Curry, Department of Landscape Architecture, Marshall Hall 311, 1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, NY 13210, or gwcurry@esf.edu. Materials will be accepted through March 15, 2015.
John Auwaerter
Phone: 315 470-6995
ADDRESS
Department of Landscape Architecture, Marshall Hall 331
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210

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