“Even a small thing like walking for a few hours with a child and sharing your passion and knowledge with them I see some kids holding hands with the college student. And I see in their papers how moved they are that a child is listening to them.” O’Kane’s background is as unusual as her birding course. At 53, she has been a human rights investigative journalist in Central America, taught in prisons in the American South and, after Hurricane Katrina, got a Ph.D. in environmental studies. “I did a 180 after I witnessed my neighborhood totally destroyed. http://www.theactproject.com/medicalinterviewprep/2016/09/29/an-ideas-analysis-of-identifying-central-criteria-of-career-for-physician/Before that, I had only paid attention to people, but never thought about environmental issues,” she said. She doesn’t want the next generation to wait that long. “This may be the first time they have stepped outside and connected with a bird,” O’Kane said. “They learn a cardinal can live to be 14 years old and this is his yard, not yours.” Fourth-grader Tobey has spotted a bald eagle in his after-school birding club at JJ Flynn Elementary School in Burlington, Vermont. Here, he watches birds over the bike path with his University of Vermont mentor and “bird buddy,” Sara Fergus, a UVM sophomore enrolled in Environmental Studies 295: “Birding to Change the World.” Joshua Brown / University of Vermont The birding class is one of seven courses that are part of UVM’s Engaged Practices Innovation grant program , which started two years ago. “UVM is a land grant institution, so part of its mission is community outreach to make a difference in the lives of students who come from an ethnically diverse part of town,” said Brian V.
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