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PERU


Peru 2020 Trip

SPRING 2020 BIOLOGY STUDY ABROAD TO PERU

Program Dates: March 6 - 14, 2020

  • OPEN TO GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 
  • HIKE THE RAINFOREST
  • VISIT MACHU PICCHU
  • CRUISE THE AMAZON RIVER
  • VISIT A BEE SANCTUARY
  • EARN 3 CREDIT HOURS OF BIOLOGY 4970
  • SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE


LEARN WITH EXPERIENCED, AWARD-WINNING ECOLOGY CONSERVATIONIST DR. ROBERT BOYD.

APPLY ONLINE AT: aub.ie/COSAMperu

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  NOVEMBER 8, 2019

QUESTIONS? CONTACT VALERIE TISDALE AT VCT0002@AUBURN.EDU OR KIRBY NORRELL AT KLN0009@AUBURN.EDU 

 

 

 

   

 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC


APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE 2020 PRE-HEALTH SHADOWING AND SERVICE STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC!

Program Dates: March 6-13, 2020 (Spring Break)

  • Earn 3 credit hours for SCMH 5940
  • Explore the Dominican culture in Santo Domingo and San Jose de Ocoa
  • Shadow different tiers of healthcare from major hospitals to non-profit clinics
  • Participate in service projects, including a pop-up clinic
  • Enjoy a day at the beach on a Caribbean island


Click here for more infomration and to apply online
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APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications are closed for the spring 2020 program and applications for the spring 2021 program will open in August 2020.

Questions? Email Dr. Yarbrough or Mrs. Crider.

 

 

 

 

COSTA RICA


Costa Rica

Program Dates: March 6-16, 2020

Don't miss out on traveling to Costa Rica as part of this study abroad experience. For more information, contact Dr. Zanzot or Dr. Warner

 

   

 

SCOTLAND


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Program Dates: May 3 - 17, 2020 

  • Earn 3 hours of BMSC elective credit
  • Visit the Royal College of Physicians
  • Explore Surgeons' Hall Museums
  • Participate in an anatomy workshop at the  University of Edinburgh's College of Medicine

 

Through exclusive access to museums such as the Surgeons' Hall Museum, Tayside Medical History Museum, and the University of Edinburgh's Anatomical museum, you will be exposed to the origins of healthcare and its impact on modern medicine. 

Participate in an anatomy workshop, learn about Scottish medical history at the University of Edinburgh and University of Dundee medical schools, and explore Edinburgh through walking tours rooted in medical history.  

Learn about grave-robbing in the 1800s, and how the unethical practice was fueled by the shortage of cadavers for medical school education.

 

Apply at aub.ie/COSAMscotland

Questions? Contact Mrs. Powell.


 

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