2016’s Park Break program took place August 8-12 in Detroit, MI, with support from the NPS Cultural Resource program. We placed eight graduate students studying a variety of disciplines ranging from historic preservation, museum studies, and landscape architecture in a week long Park Break program. The focus of the week was to look closely at the 20th Century music herita
Imagine Excellence, the GWS Awards Program, recognizes outstanding accomplishments in fields associated with research in, administration and management of, and communication about parks, other kinds of protected areas, cultural sites, and related supporting activities.
Late last month, members of GWS Student Chapters participated the inaugural GWS Student Summit. The meeting, held in Glacier National Park (USA), was proposed, programmed, organized, and led entirely by the students. The University of Montana and the National Park Service co-hosted the event.