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Applying Creative Solutions to ‘Impossible’ Problems

The tougher a problem, the more creative a solution it needs, from the increasing power in orbiting satellites and saving tigers to saving state parks and catching thieves.

And when a problem seems absolutely impossible?

“That’s when you call me,” said Professor Erik Rolland. “I love modeling problems people haven’t been able to model or solve before.”

Campus Partners in Program for Public Lands and Cultural Heritage

<img alt=”” class=”image-left” src=”/sites/” style=”font-size: 13px; line-height: 20px; width: 200px; height: 160px;” title=”Students in the Leadership for Public Lands and Cultural Heritage Certificate program stand in front of the Dungeness Mansion ruins on Cumberland Island in Georgia.


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