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CRC’s research and outreach activities leverage connections to several graduate teaching programs to enhance understanding of social-ecological systems, including the University of Idaho’s Landscape Architecture program and Department of Design & Environments, where the focus on understanding the built environment is fundamental to resilient approaches in Idaho’s communities and landscapes.

The CRC has been working with the National Science Foundation’s Engineering Directorate and the American Society of Landscape Architects to have Landscape Architecture formally recognized as a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) profession at NSF. The CRC is the lead in developing the Social Ecological Systems Training and Education Program (SESTEP) which provides a mechanism to train managers, professionals, and agency personnel at all levels, so that they are better prepared to tackle the complex human and environmental challenges present in natural and built landscapes.

Center for Resilient Communities

Physical Address:
IRIC 209

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2461
Moscow, Idaho

Phone: 208-885-4409

Fax: 208-885-9428