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University CourseType of courseContact informationComments/Challenges
annual course?
since when?Still running?how many students?total so far (July 2016)
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Asia
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1Department of Forest Biology, Faculty of Forestry Kasetsart University; Bangkok 10900, Thailand, ThailandYongyut Trisurat
Associate Professor Department of Forest Biology,
Faculty of Forestry Kasetsart University
fforyyt@ku.ac.th
Not sure the course name – need to contact the professor and determine what is currently happening.
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2Kunming University of Science and Technology, China1-3 day short courseProf. Zhou Dequn, 1549284671@qq.comOffered more than once; TNC CAP coach involved in teaching course on CAP at Kunming University of Science and Technology, and co-supervise a master level graduate student focusing on conservation planning/CAP
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3Beijing Forestry University, ChinaIntegrated into standard curriculum; (10 days to 2 weeks)Assoc. Prof. Luan Xiaofeng,
luanxiaofeng@hotmail.com
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Europe
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4Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, GermanyIntegrated into standard curriculum (5 day short course)Pierre Ibisch, Lena Strixner, Daniela Aschenbrenner (all CCNet members): daniela.aschenbrenner@hnee.de, lena.strixner@hnee.de, Pierre.Ibisch@hnee.decourse has changed to the layout described below!yes2006no30300
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Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, Germany9 afternoons + 1 block week (8 ECTS)Pierre Ibisch, Lena Strixner, Daniela Aschenbrenner (all CCNet members): daniela.aschenbrenner@hnee.de, lena.strixner@hnee.de, Pierre.Ibisch@hnee.demodule where students learn and use the OS to develop and draft a project proposal. It consists of nine afternoons (6 hrs.) and one block week with 8 ECTS.
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5Van Hall Larenstein (Leeuwarden, the Netherlands),1-3 day short courseDrs. Patrick Bron
Van Hall Larenstein Coastal Zone Management
BSc.; offered once Dec-Jan 2012,2013, discussion ongoing to plan again and integrate in curriculum
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6Klaus Toepfer Fellowship programme (Isle of Vilm, Germany),1-3 day short courseInternational Academy for Nature Conservation Isle of Vilm
Federal Agency for Nature Conservation Branch office Isle of Vilm
Email: ktf@bfn-vilm.de
Young-professionals, MSc level.; ongoing25?
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7Technical University Berlin / Germany6 day weekend moduleDaniela, Lena, Felix Cybulla (Felix.Cybulla@gmail.com)all levels, various study programs, CCNet Europe Coaches (Daniela, Lena, Felix) coaching student-coaches-in-training who teach the students of TU Berlin4 courses over 2 years20152040
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8University of Klagenfurt/Austria (with the E.C.O. Institute of Ecology)3 days introduction course into OS for Master Degree Students.Felix Cybulla (Felix.Cybulla@gmail.com)course offered once in 2011 but not continuedno, only one time2020
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9Heinrich Böll Foundation Berlin (affiliated with the green party in Germany)2 day course for scholarship holders of the foundation (Bachelor Students of different Universities across Germany).Felix Cybulla (Felix.Cybulla@gmail.com)in 2012; very postive feedback but not continuedno, only one time3030
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10Salford UniversityDr. Jean Boubli, J.P.Boubli@salford.ac.uk
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Africa
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11Garoua Wildlife College, Cameroon10 day – 2 week intensive courseDr. Francis Talla tarla.francisnchembi3@gmail.comOpen Standards for adaptive management & project development
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12Mbalmayo Forestry School, Cameroon10 day – 2 week intensive courseMr. Seme Prosper pmseme@yahoo.frOpen Standards for adaptive management & project development
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South America
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13Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte – UFRN, Graduate Program in Botany, Ecology, and Zoology, Brazil; Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, BrazilPlanned – 10 day to 2 weeksLou Ann Dietz, Visiting Instructor louann.dietz2@gmail.com;
Adriana R Carvalho, Professor-researcher, adriana.carvalho@pq.cnpq.br
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14Insituto de Pesquisas Ecológicas, IPÊ/CBBC, Brazil; Nazaré Paulista, São Paulo, BrazilPlanned – 10 day to 2 weeksLou Ann Dietz, Visiting Instructor louann.dietz2@gmail.com;
Eduardo Badialli, Coordinator, edubadi@ipe.org.br
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15Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogota, Colombia) + TAAOctober 2013
9-day course
Armando Valdes-VelasquezGraduate level
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16Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia + CSA (Center for Environmental Sustainability) + TAA; PeruDecember 2013 or January 2014 10-day courseArmando Valdes-VelasquezOn-site (Punta San Juan, coastal marine protected area); undergraduate level
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17Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (Lima, Peru)Integrated into standard curriculum (semester long): 2014, 2015, 2016Armando Valdes-VelasquezUnder graduate level. 16 week-course, 1 3-hour session a week. Some group work required per week.yes2014~1032
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18Universidad de los Andes + TAA; VenezuelaOffered twice already 2011, 2013Eulogio ChaconPartial (the course is called: Conservation Planning at the Landscape Level); graduate level
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19Universidad NUR + FCBC (Fundacion para la Conservacion del Bosque Chiquitano) + TAA; BoliviaOffered once 2012Julio Cesar SalinasPartial (the course is called Conservation Management at the Landscape Level); graduate level
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Meso America
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20CATIE, Costa Rico2 weeks course. Integrated into standard curriculum. Planned 2013.Bernal Herrera F. (CATIE) bernalhf@catie.ac.cr
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21Universidad del Valle de GuatemalaIt’s part of a BSc. courseDaniel Ariano (dariano@gmail.com)CAP/OSPC has been used as a methodology for thesis fieldwork.
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North America
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22University of California, Davis, CA USAIntegrated into standard curriculum “conservation decision making”(2 week module)Mark Schwartz, Professor, mwschwartz@ucdavis.edu2 week module within a 10 week course.
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23University of Maryland, Graduate Program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology; College Park, MD, USAIntegrated into standard curriculum (quarter or semester long)Vinaya Swaminathan, Foundations of Success, vinaya@fosonline.orgCurrently no university contact; Offered for 6 consecutive years as an integrated part of the CONS program, but is not being offered currently due to budget and faculty constraints. Still in high demand by the students though!
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24Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute/George Mason University, Graduate Credit or Professional; Front Royal, VA, USAIntegrated into standard curriculum (10 day to 2 week class)Jim McNeil, Assistant Professor, jmcneil@gmu.edu
Kate Christen, christenc@si.edu
as its own course (MCCS 0507
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25University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF)Offered in a half day intense format as part of an interdisciplinary Masters/Doctoral studies programDr Franz Mueter invited the presentation - Ian Dutton delivered2010 and 2011
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26Florida State UniversityCAP described conceptually with a few examples in a class session on environmental planning processesWill Butler wbutler@fsu.edu
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27Colorado State University, Conservation Leadership through Learning Masters Program2 day intensive workshopTerri Schulz tschulz@tnc.org
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28Duke University, Nicholas School for the Environment, Durham, NC1-3 day courseDean Urban, Sara ChildsOffered once
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29Monterey Institute of International Studies (a graduate school of Middlebury College), Monterey, CAIntegrated into a standard curriculum of quarter or semester long courseDr. Jeff Langholz, Professor, Graduate School of International Policy & Management;
jeff.langholz@miis.edu
(Jeff participated in the last CMP Summit )
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30University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development Professional Masters Program; Madison, WIIntegrated into a standard curriculum as its own course, quarter or semester longProf. Janet Silbernagel, Chair, Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development Program; jmsilber@wisc.edu
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31University of California - Santa Barbara; Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, Santa Barbara, CA1-3 Day Short Course, offered more than onceDr. Erica Fleishman,
efleishman@ucdavis.edu
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32University of Maine, Orono, ME5 day short course, taught once and may be offered in 2015Dr. Malcolm Hunter, professor, Mhunter@maine.eduTaught with CCNet coach Josh Royte and Barbara Vickery. No instructors for course since pilot was offered. Barbara Vickery - As an assistant teaching some modules and acting as “lab instructor”. I was asked to be the primary teach in 2013 and declined because I didn’t feel I had the time needed. My participation in 2015 is contingent on the University finding someone else to be the primary or co-instructor
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33Yale School of Forestry & Environmental StudiesSemester long course in Spring 2015 (3 credits)
http://environment.yale.edu/courses/2014-2015/detail/767/
Dr. Amy Vedder4 days total, 2 consecutive days at a time a week apart
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34Virginia TechOffered more than once, but not part of a standard curriculum

Quarter or Semester-long Course
Dr. Heather EvesMoving towards an online format
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35University of VermontOffered once

1-3 Day Short Course
Bryan Foster2 Half-day online tutorials
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36Macalester UniversityDr. Rob Rose at WCS, rrose@wcs.org
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37University of Florida, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Gainesville, FLMost recent Fall 2014 format was and one 3-hour session for the first 4 weeks of the semester taking student teams through from vision statement to a draft conceptual model, followed by two 3-day intensive workshops taking students from revised conceptual model, through results chains, monitoring, and workplanning.Dr. Lyn Branch (branchl@ufl.edu,
Dr. Karl Didier (kdidier@wcs.org)
4 unit graduate level course, taught typically in the fall, covering phases 1 and 2 of the Open Standards. Final course presentation is a “pitch presentation” as if presenting a project to a donor. Course has been offered in Spring 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2014.
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University of Victoria, Continuing Studies, Victoria, BCJan-April 2017 integrated into a 14 week online course on Restoration Ecology.Dr. Emily Gonzales egonzales@uvic.caEvery2 years201720
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