Georgetown MBA Students Reflect on Rocky Mountain Leadership Trek

Posted by Brooke Ortel on December 17, 2018 9:36:45 AM MST

Photo by Eric Page.

In August 2018, nine students from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business backpacked through Wyoming’s Wind River Range on an eight-day NOLS Custom Education expedition. Students reported that participating in a guided leadership progression in the outdoors was a valuable complement to learning in a traditional classroom setting.


NOLS Rocky Mountain Assistant Director Comments on the Value of Wyoming’s Wilderness Study Areas

Posted by Brooke Ortel on November 1, 2018 2:37:06 PM MDT

Three Wyoming counties recently opted out of a collaborative process allowing local stakeholders to partake in land management decisions surrounding wilderness study areas. NOLS Rocky Mountain Assistant Director Andy Blair commented that lifting protections in these areas and opening up them to energy development would disrupt student experiences in valuable wilderness classrooms.


Freezer Bags: The Secret to Eating Well While Backpacking

Posted by Brooke Ortel on October 1, 2018 9:52:09 AM MDT

Popular Science consults NOLS Rocky Mountain Rations Manager Claudia Pearson on how to prepare the best homemade, just-add-water meals for the backcountry. Making your own meal-in-a-bag is cheap, cuts down on waste, and offers an easy, nutritious option for refueling after a long hike.


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