Class will meet in Old West Room 1 on Monday's from 4:30pm - 6:30pm - tentatively. 

The first class meets Monday August 31st.

Check your email and the kyoto2copenhagen gmail account for final information as the semester draws closer.
We have chosen the books for the class!  Don't worry - they will be available in the library soon.

Tickell, Oliver. 2008. Kyoto2, How to Manage the Global Greenhouse. Zed Books, London and New York.

Mann, Michael E. and Lee R. Kump. 2008. Dire Predictions, Understanding Global Warming. DK Publishing, New York. There is a newer hardcover version, but the softcover that we will use is from 2008, ISBN #0756639956.
The final delegation is as follows:

  • Jared    Bernhardt    2011
  • Bettina    Cerban    2010
  • Andrea    Dominguez    2010
  • Gwen    Dunnington    2010
  • Danielle (Doni)    Hoffman    2011
  • Grace    Lange    2012
  • Kristin    Lee    2010
  • Brandon    McCall    2010
  • Han    Mei    2012
  • David    Munn    2010
  • Luan    Nguyen    2010
  • Jennifer    Ramos    2011
  • Kelly    Rogers    2010
  • Phillip    Rothrock    2010
  • Brett    Shollenberger    2011


Over 100 students have expressed interest in the course! 

With such a diverse applicant body, the Kyoto to Copenhagen course is sure to be one of the most fulfilling and transdisciplinary experiences of the year.  The review committee is keeping an eye open for students who are passionate about climate change, international negotiations, sustainability, media relations (interviewing, video  production, etc...), and environmental security, but the final team will be selected for their ability to work together, passion and strength of the application materials, and wilingness to engage in a unique experience.


The projected cost of the program is currently being estimated at $2400 without airfare.  More information is available on the Global Education website concerning financial aid carry over, loan assistance, and other payment questions.  Specific inquiries can be forwarded to Malinda Mochizuki, Office of Global Education, 717-245-1341 or


Full application materials are now available!  Check the Course Information site at right to download the application, or visit the Global Education website for more details.

Note: If you are interested in the course, please continue to fill out a Statement of Interest application under the "Course Information" site, as this will help us keep track of individuals who would like to receive updates on the course. 


An information session on the new Kyoto to Copenhagen: Negotiating the Future of the Planet course will be held during finals week at Dickinson College.  All students wishing to hear more information about the course, consult faculty on curriculum details, potential projects, and budget, and discuss their interests and strengths should plan on attending.

Kaufman 155

Wednesday May 6th   1:30-2:30pm