University of Idaho McCall Outdoor Science School

Live, learn, and teach in the mountains!

Looking for a rewarding MS program combining ecology, science communication, and field-based teaching?  The University of Idaho’s award-winning* McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS) is accepting applications for next year’s graduate student class.  Start date is August, 2015.

Gain hands-on, outdoor teaching experience, study ecology in a field setting, and develop leadership skills while living in the spectacular natural environment of McCall, Idaho.  As a University of Idaho MOSS graduate student, you will change lives by providing field-based environmental education programs for 5th and 6th grade students and teachers, and use those experiences as the foundation of your M.S. degree.  Because MOSS is a program of the UI College of Natural Resources, students can earn a Master of Science in Natural Resources in as little as three semesters.

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For more information and to apply, please visit  Project Stipends are available.

For further questions, please contact Dr. Karla Eitel at (888) 634-3918;<>.

Applications are currently being accepted and will be processed on a rolling basis until all 20 available positions are filled.

*MOSS is the winner of the 2013 W.K. Kellogg Award for Engaged Scholarship and 2012 J.K. Albertsons Foundation Grand Prize winner for Innovation in Education.