Clara Bergan talks about being an Environmental Studies major and Sustainability at Luther.
Follow 18 Luther students on their quest for sustainability throughout Germany, Denmark and Norway. Throughout the month of January they toured a nuclear power plant, visited a sewage treatment plant, stayed two nights on a carbon neutral island and climbed a wind turbine.
The First-Year Immersion Trips are a great way for incoming first-year students to meet other students and explore nature either locally or regionally. This video, made in 2011, is about the Yellow River Hiking Trip.
Eight Luther College first-years, two student leaders and one faculty leader hiked, and camped for five days along the Lake Superior Hiking Trail in North Shore, Minnesota. Here is the story of their Luther College Immersion program experience.
Program Director Emily Neal talks about Luther's opportunities for elementary and middle school aged youth to get outside and learn about nature.
Students from the 2011 Local Foods Adventure talk about their experiences learning about local food and meeting new people through their Immersion Trip.