Proposal Title

Understanding Wilderness Interactions and the Human Response

Author Type

Faculty

Location

U-Hall 3-097

Start Date

24-3-2017 9:00 AM

End Date

24-3-2017 9:50 AM

Presentation Type

Panel

Abstract

Faculty member Jeffrey Perrin and honors students Samantha Sheppard, helsea Brown, Maggie Hahn, and Casey Bogusz discuss their study on meaningful interactions in nature with wild animals, and how these interactions influence our decisions in education, relationships, and attitudes towards the environment and other beings in the natural world. Through their findings, they hope to further the research performed in the ecopsychology field and bring more attention to the importance of the human–nature connection in shaping the global community.

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Mar 24th, 9:00 AM Mar 24th, 9:50 AM

Understanding Wilderness Interactions and the Human Response

U-Hall 3-097

Faculty member Jeffrey Perrin and honors students Samantha Sheppard, helsea Brown, Maggie Hahn, and Casey Bogusz discuss their study on meaningful interactions in nature with wild animals, and how these interactions influence our decisions in education, relationships, and attitudes towards the environment and other beings in the natural world. Through their findings, they hope to further the research performed in the ecopsychology field and bring more attention to the importance of the human–nature connection in shaping the global community.