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October 27, 2017

Illustration of river stream in grassland with colorful treesThe ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes recently launched a new graduate certificate titled “Environmental Communication and Leadership” to help conservation students develop important leadership and communication skills needed to increase their influence and reach above and beyond academia.

The certificate is designed to train students in environmental disciplines how to go beyond scientific journal publications to communicate relevant discoveries to society, including the press, the public, policy makers and other key stakeholders.

Degree requirements total 15 credit hours, including a core course by the same name as the certificate (BIO 578) and 12 credit hours electives in policy and management, communication, leadership and an open elective. Click here for additional information.