Explore natural ecology
in the breathtaking island of Bermuda this summer!
* This program ran
during the Summer 2013 Intersession -- Summer 2014 programs will be
unique geography—it’s an interconnected 22-square-mile chain of
islands surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean—makes a perfect location
for exploring natural ecology and one of the world’s most
popular tourist destinations. In addition, Bermuda, as a
self-governing territory of the United Kingdom, is home to major
insurance and financial institutions.
Offered in partnership with the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo
(BAMZ) , this course brings students to historic and ecologically
significant sites in Bermuda and nearby islands. Funded through the
generous support of Joseph Smetana, a longtime supporter of St.
John’s and a member of its Board of Governors, the program includes
lodging, meals, transportation to and from field trips, boat use,
and other equipment. Mr. Smetana also sits on the board of the Atlantic
Conservation Partnership (ACP) , which is the support charity
that facilitates the summer program at the BAMZ host site.
Applicants should know how to swim!
- Bus and walking tours of historically and ecologically
significant sites in Bermuda
- Snorkeling and Reef mapping
- Opportunities to participate in Aquarium Maintenance Activities
and Sea Turtle Rehab Procedures
- Excursions to remote islands
- Cave trips
- Service Learning Opportunities
For more information, please refer to this Presentation provided
by Dr. Cantelmo, or visit the ACP Web
- ESP 1060 - Discover Bermuda 2013: Adaptive Ecosystem
Management, Sustainability & Socioeconomic Issues
Dates: May 20 - 30, 2013
- Application Deadline: March 25, 2013**
- Deposit Deadline: April 3, 2013
**Limited space still available! Apply ASAP and contact
the Office of Global Studies once your application been
Professor: Frank R. Cantelmo, Ph.D
Program Fee: $1,350 plus tuition (airfare NOT
*Please note: Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program
fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and
how many credits you choose to enroll in while
Special Notes: This program is limited to 20
students. Applicants should know how to swim. Additional details,
including meals, will be available shortly. Please check back as we
deliver the best possible program for your Summer Session!