Geography 398R - P- Rsrch: Electricity & Rivers
Fully Remote Class
Assist and conduct documentary, web research, participant-observation, and interview research on development on New England energy policy and markets, dam relicensing, and community/regional economic development; and history, politics, impacts of projects and communities around Romaine River Hydropower Complex, Quebec. Additionally, help organize and lead conference on electricity and rivers. Coordinate with other undergraduates and faculty in interdisciplinary team.
This course is for students wanting a Geography designation.
Varies from 1 to 6 credits
Permission is required for interchange registration during all registration periods.