Lehigh University Field Camp
We are very pleased to announce that EES 341, Lehigh Field Camp
will be offered in the summer, 2015
Schedule: 4.5 weeks, anticipated: 03 June to 03 July, 2015, subject to change
Venue: Combination of camping, travel, and fixed facilities
Registration: We anticipate openning registration on or about 15 Nov. Please check back to this page for updates.
Pre-requistes: Earth Materials, Sed-Strat, Structural Geology, or equivalents, typically
More Info: Please browse the site for more info of the Lehigh Field Camp experience
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last updated Thursday, 30 October, 2014
Lehigh Field Camp acknowledges Chevron for making this camp possible through their generous support of the field camp director.
Lehigh Field Camp (EES 341) is a selective program that offers motivated Earth Scientists an opportunity at intensive field training and discovery in the incredible natural laboratory of the Rocky Mountains. The curriculum is designed to meet the field camp requirements of most undergraduate Geological Science B.S. degrees; however, the curriculum also provides elements of Environmental Sciences, including hydrology, terrestrial ecology, and sustainability.
Lehigh Field Camp teaches aspiring Geoscientists and Environmental Scientists the following things:
Lehigh Field Camp teaches aspiring Geoscientists and Environmental Scientists the following skills:
Lehigh Field Camp promotes learning based on discovery. Our travel in the northern Rockies includes visits to several National Parks and is a unique part of our learning experience. The student discovers their country, matures into a Geologist / Environmental Scientist, lays the foundation for professional employment or graduate school, and makes lasting friendships.