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Sep 28, 2015
Interested in joining a growing network of thought leaders applying life’s strategies to human design?
Apply before Oct. 1 in the Master of Science in Biomimicry program at ASU to experience a first-of-its-kind program focusing on the emerging discipline of biomimicry.The online MS classes create thought-leader professionals trained to bring solutions inspired by nature’s genius into all facets of their research, work and workplace.
“This has been an incredible journey,” said Diana Hammer, an environmental scientist who is set to graduate with her MS in biomimicry from ASU in December. “The richness, of the (ASU online) classes, along with working with (the Biomimicry Professional) cohort has been really fascinating.”Offered in collaboration with Biomimicry 3.8 through The Biomimicry Center at ASU, the MS can integrate with the Certified Biomimicry Professional program offered by Biomimicry 3.8.MS students can apply for the BPro program to continue learning through six, week-long face-to-face sessions interspersed with online learning. The 2016-2017 cohort will travel to Costa Rica, Hawai’i, Vancouver Island in British Columbia, the Canadian Rockies, barrier islands in South Carolina, and the Arizona Sonoran Desert.Become a biomimic! Apply now for the Master of Science in Biomimicry at ASU Online. There’s a lot more information on the Biomimicry 3.8 Professional Training page, including videos, links and student shout-outs about the program.