All three full offerings are taught by the same instructors, and the skills practiced in the course are the same although the development context may change. The Rwanda 2014 offering is being taught by Dr Beryl Levinger and instructor, Marie Kagaju Laugharn.
This unique program is taught by a dynamic team of practicioners with expertise in trade, finance, economics, development and environmental issues. See the "Instructors" tab for a sampling of faculty biographies.
The main instructor is Dr. Jeff Langholz, who will be teaching (along with local leaders) the following sessions: Understanding the Conservation Project Cycle, Writing Meaningful Mission Statements, Using Comprehensive Site Assessment Tools, Creating Conservation Management Plans, Building Project Teams and Boards, Leadership Ethics, Effective Outreach and Media Relations, and Conflict Resolution.