Type: Blog
Date Posted: Oct 02, 2011
This year took me by surprise, as I know it did for many of my colleagues and it was all about water. First came Hurricane Irene and then Tropical Storm Lee.
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Jan 10, 2011
The current issue of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine (Vol 21, Num4, 2010), the official publication for the Wilderness Medical Society, has an article titled “Injury and Illness in College Outdoor Education” by Flavio Gaudio MD and colleagues, that describes incident rates at Corne
Type: Document
Date Posted: Aug 14, 2010
This journal article by Brent Bell, Marion Holmes, and Brady Williams from the Journal of Experiential Education documents the broad range of outdoor orientation programs at four-year colleges in the U.S.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Apr 22, 2010
Overview of Research in Outdoor Orientation Programs
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Jan 12, 2009
Following up on the two previous Blogs on running Mega Programs. I've updated the MindManager Map and have published it as a PDF file so that anyone developing a large program can see all of the details of how we plan one of the largest college wilderness orientation programs in the world.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Jan 11, 2009
This is the PDF Version of the Wilderness Orientation Program Mindmap that's part of my Blog Series - Running 'Mega; Programs - Part 3.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Jan 11, 2009
This is the MindManager Version of the Wilderness Orientation Program Mindmap that's part of my Blog Series - Running 'Mega; Programs - Part 3.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Jun 24, 2008
Brian Wardwell Princeton University This thesis was submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Psychology April 1999 ABSTRACT
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Oct 17, 2007
I just got finished with running the fall wilderness orientation program at Princeton University. This was our largest program in our thirty-four year history with 644 freshmen, 165 leaders, 46 Support Team members and 12 Command Center staff.
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Sep 16, 2007
I just got finished with running the fall wilderness orientation program at Princeton University. This was our largest program in our thirty-four year history with 644 freshmen, 165 leaders, 46 Support Team members and 12 Command Center staff.