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Forest J Wagner, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Outdoor Studies 
Arts and Sciences - Humanities

796-6361

907-796-6361 (Fax)

Whitehead Bldg Rm 214, Juneau Campus

Wagner

Education:

For more information, please see my Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Courses Taught:

Outdoor Leadership (ODS 243, 244, & 245) and Field Expedition Sequences (ODS 444 & 445); ODS 116, Intro to Rock Climbing; ODS 117, Intro to Ice Climbing; ODS 118, Avalanche Evaluation and Assessment; ODS 205, Backcountry Navigation & Travel; ODS 221, Glacier Travel and Crevasse Rescue; ODS 222, Mountaineering.

Biography:

Forest has been coordinating and teaching in the outdoor studies program since 2006. He loves skiing, climbing, and spending time outside.  Forest’s academic interests are human narrative, northern identity, and sense of place.

Hours:

Tuesday, Thursday 2–5 p.m. (may vary due to field schedule)

 
 

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