2017 Executive MNR International Experience to India
By: Michael Mortimer
In January 2017, the 28 student graduate students in the current cohort of the Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) program will travel for 10 days to the Indian cities of Delhi and Jodhpur. Along with three CLiGS faculty members — Bruce Hull, Michael Mortimer, and Holly Wise — the students will be tackling a series of case studies in the two cities, spread across the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. The international experience serves as the capstone of the XMNR program. If you’ve ever wanted a graduate degree that melds great academic content with an amazing international opportunity, you should be contacting us.