Applications are being accepted for 2012 summer/fall graduate field courses and the Global Field Program Master’s degree offering international studies in 11 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Offered by Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, and partners worldwide, the GFP Master’s degree brings together graduate students, scientists, educators, and community leaders at critical field sites across the planet. Sites for 2012 include the Amazon, Australia, Baja, Belize, Borneo, Costa Rica, Guyana, Kenya, Mongolia, Namibia, and Thailand. Tuition for seven graduate credits and all basic in-country expenses are covered in the $1,290 course costs. Accepted students are responsible for airfare.
· Earth Expeditions: www.EarthExpeditions.org
· Global Field Program: www.MastersGFP.org
Applicants in the Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chicago, and Seattle regions may be interested in Dragonfly’s community-based Advanced Inquiry Program, co-delivered with premier learning institutions in select U.S. cities. www.MyMasters.org
Project Dragonfly reaches millions of people each year through inquiry-driven learning media, public exhibits and graduate programs worldwide. Dragonfly is housed at Miami University, a state university in Oxford, Ohio, established in 1809 and listed as one of the eight original Public Ivies.