Environmental Studies Leads Dunn to Tanzania
By Vige Barrie
August 27, 2010
Environmental studies major Pat Dunn ’12 left for Tanzania on Aug. 25 to study wildlife conservation and political ecology on a School for International Training program run by the Institute for World Learning. He is part of a group of approximately 20 U.S. students who will travel as a unit, reading, listening to lectures and visiting sites that are significant to current ecological issues in the country. On the eve of his departure, Dunn began a blog which, when access is available, he will maintain throughout the program.