Travel Course: Landscape and Environmental Change on the Edge of the Caribbean - Trinidad 14SS

 
Application for 14SS honors seminar "Landscape and Environmental Change on the
Edge of the Caribbean" with a study tour to Trinidad & Tobago.

Please keep in mind that this is an application and does not guarantee a space in the program. You may be contacted for an interview with the course directors, Dr. Lewis Owen, Dr. Daniel Buchholtz, Dr. Nicholas Dunning. You will be notified of your status prior to spring semester registration.
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1. Points to consider:

• This is not a vacation – it is a structured class! If your only interest in taking this course is “spending Spring Break in the Caribbean,” please do not apply for this class!
• The study tour for this class will be focused around performing field research around Trinidad, which will require rigorous physical activity.
• The group will be staying in two locations, a basic, local hotel as well as a rustic field station, while in Trinidad. The accommodations will have either cots or bunk beds.
• UC’s Student Code of Conduct applies while in Trinidad & Tobago.
• There are a limited number of spaces within this class.
• Students are expected to meet the instructors' academic and behavioral expectations during the class time leading up to the travel component. Students who do not meet academic and/or behavioral expectations will not be permitted to travel. Students in this situation will not receive a refund.
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