Wednesday, October 26, 2011

UM Students Take Passion for Outdoor Leadership to a New Level

Students in the College of Forestry and Conservation's Wilderness EMT class spend more than 190 hours throughout the semester practicing and learning outdoor rescue skills. The Aerie Backcountry Medicine program partners with the University of Montana and teaches the course. UM News reporter Annemiek Wilson and editor Dizhi Ge found out how one student is taking his education far away from the classroom. Click below to see video.

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