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Assist in project coordination between numerous stakeholders such as the Clark County School System, Desert Research Institute, Community College of Southern Nevada, UNR Cooperative Extension, Nevada State College, local museums, state parks, non-profit organizations, federal agencies, and the public to ensure appropriate educational curricular activities and venues are provided for in the conceptual design of the School and the Wild Horse and Burro facility where appropriate as well as assist in the NEPA process as needed. The activities will be conducted at least in part by university faculty, staff and students as part of the university’s research, teaching, and service mission.
Curriculum planning; Desert ecology – Study and teaching; Environmental sciences – Study and teaching; Interagency coordination; Nevada
Curriculum and Instruction | Desert Ecology | Educational Methods | Environmental Sciences | Science and Mathematics Education
Rees, M. N.
Oliver Ranch Science School Complex & Wild Horse and Burro Facility: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending March 31, 2005.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_red_rock_learning_center_oliver_ranch/4