"Wild" semester can help Idaho college students earn a degree

01/5/2014 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

The University of Idaho is offering a new kind of immersion program for students, dropping them off in the Pacific Northwestern wilderness for more than two months. The Semester in the Wild program takes place in federal wilderness areas, where students reside in a solar-powered cabin without cell service, studying subjects such as ecology, outdoor leadership and wilderness management. "It was the most intense semester of schooling I ever had," said Jacob Miczulski, a junior from Bellevue, Idaho.

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