Please plan to attend the informational meeting with Dr. Bill Ruf who leads the Grand Cayman Overseas Studies Program.
Information Meeting: Monday, Feb. 1, at 4 PM in JH 422
Biology majors can get credit for an upper level lab _and_ be certified in scuba while learning about coral reef ecology!!!
Grand Cayman Spring Experience will be held this year:
May 10, 2016 to May 19, 2016
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, February 8
- Coral reefs, beaches, excellent snorkeling
- British Caribbean island south of Cuba
- West Indian flora and fauna
- This is an IU-Administered Program
- Summer Tropical Ecology Program
- 12 IU students
- IU faculty members
- 3 predeparture weekend orientation meetings in Bloomington in the spring
- Snorkeling instruction available in Bloomington
- 3 IU credits (BIOL-L 433, Tropical Biology) (one upper level lab)
- Program led by IU Professor Bill Ruf
- Daily visits to coral reefs, mangroves, terrestrial marine and coastal habitats
- Emphasis on ecology and co-evolution between plants and animals, both terrestrial and aquatic
More information about the Grand Cayman program is available on the Overseas Study website.