2021? Considering STEM? In workshops, labs, and on the mandatory 9-day field trip to the American Southwest, you'll gain practical experience collecting climatological data (using drones!) and analyzing these data using software and programming languages like ArcGIS and Matlab. You'll learn how to use the research and writing process recursively to hone your ideas, and how to communicate original research effectively within the formal structure of journal-style scientific writing and the LaTeX typesetting language. Emerge with concrete skills and the confidence you need to tackle your independent work.
Find more information and a course application at GEO/WRI 201, Measuring Climate Change: Methods in Data Analysis and Scientific Writing. Preferred application deadline is April 20.