Bridge Adventure is a program for strengthening diversity and inclusion through experiential learning at Texas Tech University. Bridge Adventure students participate in a two-year experience that includes regular activities and three excursions per year. Excursions focus on appreciation for the outdoors through service, research, and adventure. Each fall, a new cohort of eight to 12 students is selected for the program. Supported by federal funding, this program is available at no financial cost to students.
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Seven students and three faculty members involved with Texas Tech University’s Bridge Adventure Program embarked on a four-day, three-night backpacking excursion in Grand Canyon National Park during spring break, March 16-20. Bridge Adventure is a new program developed by faculty in the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources that creates educational opportunities designedContinue reading “Texas Tech’s Bridge Adventure Program Explores Grand Canyon National Park”
Bridge Adventure Program students and faculty gathered October 21 at Mountain Hideaway, a local outdoor shop in Lubbock, Texas, to discuss gear and strategies for adventure preparation. As the program gets set for outdoor experiences, including a fall hike in Palo Duro Canyon State Park and the program’s premiere adventure excursion in Grand Canyon NationalContinue reading “Gearing Up for Adventure”
The Bridge Adventure Program at Texas Tech University has selected its inaugural cohort of eight students, representing 15 major and minor fields of study across the university. Bridge Adventure is a new program developed by faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources to create educational opportunities designed to promote diversity and inclusion in agricultural and natural resources fields through transformative learning experiences related to the natural environment. The program was established with a federallyContinue reading “Bridge Adventure Program Selects Inaugural Cohort”