Belize offers students the chance to step-out-of-comfort-zone a bit more. CCSA offers two long-running programs in this Caribbean location that offer very different global learning experiences.
May 10 – 23, 2022
Belize is home to one of the worlds most diverse ecosystems. From the interior rainforests to endangered coral reefs, you will examine first-hand a level of biodiversity that will make your head spin. For anyone with BIO in their major, Belize is a must-go location to advance your studies. All STEM majors will benefit from a deeper understanding of the natural world.
But it doesn’t stop there. Belize calls to students seeking adventure from any major since are not pre-req for the Tropical Biology course.
Dr. Tracy Livingston (Georgetown College) brings her teaching expertise and program administrator Dr. Tim Griffith (Georgetown College) provides the non-teaching support – along with is own expertise in tropical biology. Our on-site experts and support team make this opportunity an excellent choice for adventurous learners looking for something new.
From Mayan culture to snorkeling in the Caribbean, this program offers an incredible course and a career-enhancing opportunity. Check the Tropical Biology course and then apply right away. Spots are limited to grab yours now.
June 14 – July 13
The Belize Anthropology Field School offers a special opportunity. If you seek a longer experience that meets your field school requirement – graduate or undergraduate – then stop right here and follow this link.
Spend a month contributing to the on-going ethnographic research at Orange Walk. Guided by Dr. Doug Hume from the Center for Applied Anthropology at Northern Kentucky University, this program enables you to directly impact real-world challenges.
Participants stay at D’Victoria Hotel in Orange Walk with daily breakfast and dinner. Plus, where else is class held under a thatched-roof cabana?
Dr. Jessica Lott (Northern Kentucky University) serves as the on-site administrator and brings her own expertise as the Associate Director the Center for Applied Anthropology.