By: Michael Mortimer

Dr. Bruce Hull just returned from leading a 10-day experience to India for students in the online Master of Natural Resources (MNR).  The team spent time in the cities of Hyderabad and Delhi examining Source Water Protection in Peri-urban Agricultural Lands: A Case Study of the Community Capacity Building in Hyderabad India  and Water and Sanitation in Urban Disadvantaged Urban Populations: A Case Study of Governance Issues in Slums in Hyderabad India. Dr. Hull noted that “If you want to see the challenges of the Anthropocene and learn how to solve them come to study in India.” Look for Bruce’s guest blog about his experience.  An international field experience is required of all students at CLiGS, regardless of the degree format.