Biology, Microbiology, and Animal Behavior majors,
This year’s Tropical Biology Program in Grand Cayman will concentrate on coral reef ecology and conservation and give students first-hand experience diving on some of the best-developed reefs in the Caribbean. The program will be held on Grand Cayman Island, with tentative dates May 9-19, 2017. You must be scuba certified to go on the program. Scuba instruction will be available during the second eight weeks of the Spring 2017 semester.
Participating students will earn 3 credit hours of BIOL-L 433 Tropical Biology. How this counts for you:
- Biology B.A. and standard Biology B.S. – counts as an upper-level approved BIOL lab in your major
- Animal Behavior B.S. – counts as a formal lab in your major
- Biology B.S. with any Area of Concentration: counts as an elective (like Folklore or Gender Studies). Does NOT fulfill an upper lab in your major.
- Microbiology B.A. and Microbiology B.S.: counts as an elective (like Folklore or Gender Studies). Does NOT fulfill an upper lab in your major.
More information is available on the Overseas Study website at http://overseas.iu.edu. The program is listed under IU Programs, Cayman Islands.
Deadline for applications is this Monday, January 30, 2017!
Questions? E-mail Dr. Bill Ruf, Director of the Tropical Biology Program, at email@example.com.
We hear tremendously positive feedback on this program from participants. Even if you weren’t planning to spend some of this weekend working on an application – think about it!