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MES/MSAG Retreat

MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat
MES/MSAG Retreat

Each summer, Master of Environmental Studies (MES) and Master of Science in Applied Geosciences (MSAG) faculty and staff join incoming students for a retreat in nearby rustic locations. Along with professional development workshops, students get to know their peers while experiencing the great outdoors. Adventure sports like hiking and zip-lining accent the peaceful and productive time with the MES/MSAG team.

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