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This course provides a service learning experience based on an interdisciplinary, team-based, problem-solving approach. Students will explore complex environmental
 

Summary: This course provides a service learning experience based on an interdisciplinary,
team-based, problem-solving approach. Students will explore complex environmental
and social issues such as ecotourism, sustainability, natural resource extraction,
development, environmental justice, biodiversity, and conservation approaches in the
context of Latin American culture. We are joined in-country by Peruvian undergraduate
students. Our course itinerary includes research stations and native communities in
both the Andes Mountains and the Amazon basin rainforest.
Contact Denice Wardrop at dhw110@psu.edu or Joe Bishop at jab190@psu.edu
For details visit: www.geog.psu.edu/ and the ACEER Foundation at www.aceer.org
Offered by the Department of
Geography in partnership with the
Amazon Center for Environmental
Education and Research (ACEER)
Foundation and affiliated Peruvian
universities and non-governmental
organizations.
LOOKINGUNIQUE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE?
Includes Spring Break field school in Peru
March 4-March 14 - Cost $3675.00
Optional Cusco and Machu Picchu Extension

  

Source: Andrews, Anne M. - Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine