Postponed to Summer 2015

Experience Your Coursework from the Island of Bermuda this Summer!

Imagine gaining a deeper understanding of human and environmental ecology, as well as exposure to life in an island society, all while pursuing your coursework! Offered in partnership with the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ), this course brings you to ecologically significant and historic sites in Bermuda and nearby islands where you’ll explore caves, examine energy alternatives and snorkel some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs. Bus and walking tours of historically and ecologically significant sites in Bermuda, opportunities to participate in Aquarium Maintenance Activities and Sea Turtle Rehab Procedure, snorkeling and reef mapping, excursions to remote islands, and cave trips are just some of the exciting activities filling up this two-week program that will help students realize that as one of the world’s most beautiful ecosystems, Bermuda is the perfect location to tackle challenging environmental issues related to sustainability, business, economics, politics and ethics!

For more information, please refer to this Presentation provided by Dr. Cantelmo, or visit the ACP Web site.

Undergraduate Course:

  •  ESP 1060 Discover Bermuda 2014: Adaptive Ecosystem Management, Sustainability & Socioeconomic Issues

*Special Notes: This program is limited to 20 students. Applicants should know how to swim.

Credits:  3

Professor:  Frank R. Cantelmo, Ph.D

Dates: May 19 - 29, 2014

Accommodations: TBD

Program Fee: TBD plus tuition (airfare NOT included)
*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 abroad.

**Looking for ways to help with the costs of studying abroad this summer? Check out the application and the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships outlined on our Grants and Scholarships page!