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Buena Vista University selects Global Fellows participating in the study abroad Tracing Darwin's Path course going to Chile

2014-2015 Global Fellows' students and professors are (left to right):

Starting in back row, left to right

Lindsey Graham

Dr. Melinda Coogan

Derek Simonsen

Dr. Jeremy Horpedahl

Elizabeth Kim

Front row, left to right:

Tarynne Kinghorn

Claire Boston

Morgan Langan

The BVU Global Fellows Program aims to open substantive dialogue on issues of sustainability and geopolitics from a global perspective. The Global Fellows are selected in a competitive essay contest during their first year at BVU. During January interim of their second year, Global Fellows participate in a fully-funded, academically-oriented, interdisciplinary international experience. During their junior and senior years, Global Fellows give back to the university as global ambassadors with a Scholar's Day presentation and as student mentors for the first year program. Following their trip to Chile, students will return to the BVU campus to promote globalism, environmental sustainability, and international awareness to the BVU campus and to the wider community.

If you would like more information on the Tracing Darwin's Path course to Chile please contact the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program at www.chile@unt.edu or call 940-369-8211.

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Fellowship awarded to UNT Biology Ph.D. student Ramiro Crego to participate in the International Course Invasive Species

This course has the objective of enhancing the knowledge and skills of post-graduate students from Latin America about theory, methodologies, and results regarding invasive species, with emphasis in mountain ecosystems. It will take place in Malalcahuello National Reserve, between the 6 and 12 of April. It is organized by the Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB), Universidad de Chile, and Universidad de Concepción, and it is financed by the Iniciativa Científica Milenio ICM P05-002.

La invención de un laboratorio natural

Ricardo Rozzi. Filósofo y Biólogo Chileno

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