Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World

  • Thursday February 16, 2012
  • AmeriCorps Field Instructor - Bridging the Gap

    I often find myself wondering what my main goal and purpose is as an environmental educator. The first response that comes out is usually something like, “To educate students on the natural world.”
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  • Graduate Studies - Work Hard, Play Hard

    During this winter semester, Graduate Students have worked for weeks in their academic course Ecological Inquiry, investigating conservation and management issues from key stakeholders around the state of Wyoming
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  • Snow Ball a Huge Success – Thanks for Supporting the Annual Fund!

    A huge thank you to all the attendees, donors, and supporters of the Journeys School Gala & Auction! The “Snow Ball” last Saturday night was a great success.
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  • The View From Above

    Clandestine surveillance…prospecting for gold…monitoring natural disasters. These are only a few of the ways the rapidly evolving field of remote sensing is used
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  • Who Needs The Lamar Valley When You Have Jackson Hole

    Remember when watching wolves and bears required a trip to the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone. While the Lamar Valley is still the best place to reliably see wolves and bears, Jackson Hole has come into its own for wildlife observation.
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  • Thursday January 19, 2012
  • Happenings on the Kelly Campus

    Faculty and Staff were delighted to host three Catholic Middle Schools from Casper, Sheridan and Cheyenne. The school groups were treated to sunny skies and plenty of wildlife viewings.
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