Tracing Darwin's Path Fall 2012 | Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

Tracing Darwin's Path Fall 2012

Study in Chile at the southernmost tip of the world!

The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program is an interdisciplinary program with PHIL and BIOL. The Tracing Darwin's Path (TDP) is now open for enrollment, if interested please call 940-369-8211 or drop by the Program Office in EESAT 310A.

The purpose is to recruit Study Abroad students for our Tracing Darwin's Path Study Abroad course in Puerto Williams, Chile. The Wintermester course dates are Dec. 26, 2012 - Jan. 13, 2013.

The courses are open to any UNT undergraduate or graduate student from any discipline that want to participate in the Wintermester 2012, BIOL 4054/PHIL 4054 and BIOL 5055/PHIL 6781 courses. You do not need to be a BIOL or PHIL major nor speak Spanish; though Spanish would be useful.

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