Sarah Albert, email@example.com
ANSC 398 - 2 credits, Fall Semester
This is a high quality educational program for those who wish to gain clinical and practical experience in the field of Veterinary Medicine. The VIDA program focuses mainly on the sterilization of felines and canines in field clinics; however, participants will also gain experience in working with large animals. Volunteers who participate in our program will have an interactive and unique experience that can only be obtained with VIDA.Apply for this program
Paul McNamara, firstname.lastname@example.org
ACE 499 - 3 credits, Fall Semester
Broaden your understanding of the roles of governance, management, and policy in international development. Each year the course focuses on a contemporary topic related to food security and health and will include cultural/historical tours as well as first hand exposure to the practice of development.Apply for this program
Jan Brooks, email@example.com
HDFS 379 - 3 credits, Fall & Alternating Spring Semesters
The trip to Cape Town will feature cultural/historical tours and 2 weeks of volunteer work. Volunteer work will focus on childcare, child health, health care, children with special needs, and community projects including agricultural production and marketing, and possibly small animal clinics in Cape Town and surrounding townships.Apply for Summer 2017
Mosbah Kushad, firstname.lastname@example.org
HORT 298 - 3 credits, Fall Semester
This faculty-led study trip will provide experiential learning in Morocco to expose you to the similarities and differences of the international horticulture industry. Morocco is the most diverse of any African country, culturally, ethnically and agriculturally. You will be exposed to citrus, olives, and more. In addition, students will learn about the culture, both traditional and modern, of this diverse country.
Students will attend courses at the world renowned College of African Wildlife Management-Mweka (Mweka) and participate in selected projects that reflect the multifaceted demands facing conservationists in Africa. The curriculum focuses on how changes in land use and resource availability in Tanzanian ecosystems can be managed to assist local communities while conserving biodiversity.Apply for this program
Kevin McSweeney, email@example.com
NRES 285 - 2 credits, Fall Semester of every even year (Runs Next: Fall 2018)
This course is designed to provide students with an intensive introduction to soil diversity and associated land use systems including their human dimensions across the humid, montane and drier regions of Costa Rica. You will be grouped in multicultural teams employing a peer-learning approach that combines local community knowledge and more formal professional expertise to better understand human dimensions of land management systems.Apply for this program
NRES 285 or ANSC 398 - 2 credits
Robert Schooley, firstname.lastname@example.org
This two-month course will equip students with an ability to decipher and adapt research techniques to field studies. We have teamed up with Wildlife Africa Conservation Team (Wildlife ACT), the only wildlife monitoring organizations in Africa to provide students access to sustainable research and monitoring projects. The course includes both scientific and social aspects to data collection in an attempt to prepare students for their interactions with communities and different cultures.Apply for this program
Soo-Yeun Lee, email@example.com
ACES 298 - 1 credit & GLBL 298 - 3 credits, Fall Semester
This special James Scholar Program, introduces you to the concept of sustainability in biological, historical and cultural contexts, and examines the factors that could imperil society as the human population grows. The island of Eleuthera will provide you with a window into the sustainability challenges to human development and quality of life faced throughout the developing world.
James Scholar applicants onlyApply for this program
Jessa Barnard, firstname.lastname@example.org
ACE 436 - 4 credits, Spring Semester & ACE 199 - 1 credit, Fall Semester
The primary goal of IBIP is to prepare the next generation of globally literate entrepreneurial leaders to identify and respond to challenges associated with business operations in the global marketplace. The program destination alternates every year between China, Europe, and South America. Prepare yourself for a career in the global marketplace!
The program destination changes every year.
This year's location is still to be determined.