5 Exciting Things About Brown Environmental Leadership Lab: Rhode Island (BELL: RI)

BELL: RI’s location in western Rhode Island offers acres of scenic terrain to explore, loads of outdoor activities to take part in and plenty of location-based learning opportunities. Here, Program Director Jane Diener details a few of the exciting experiences BELL: RI students can look forward to this summer. Location This summer, BELL: RI students will study…

9 Awesome Things You Could Be Doing This Summer

With nearly three months of school-free time over the summer, the possibilities of how to spend your days are seemingly endless. You could tap into your sense of adventure by trying a new activity or traveling abroad, exercise your scholarly side by exploring a topic you’ve always been interested in, or work your social networking…

Q and A with new BELL Programs Director Jane Diener

This summer’s addition of the Florida Keys and a new Rhode Island site aren’t the only things that are new about the Brown Environmental Leadership Lab (BELL). Director Jane Diener joined BELL this fall, fresh from earning her PhD in Forest Resources from the University of Georgia and bringing with her with a wealth of…

4 things to know about BELL: Florida Keys

The Brown Environmental Leadership Lab takes students out of the classroom, learning about the environment, ecology, and leadership in one of three locations: Alaska, the Florida Keys, and Rhode Island. Students will learn first-hand about the environmental challenges facing these communities and develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to create positive change. All three BELL locations…