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Colombia - Ecology and History



See the Amazon and the Andes.

Date: May 19 - June 3, 2015

Cost: $3500

Open to all TC3 students. Limited space available. Registration is by permission only.

ColumbiaProgram Cost Includes

  • 14 nights in local hostels/hotels

  • Round trip airfare

  • All local transportation and guide fees

  • All entrance and admission fees to any attractions and/or events

  • 14 meals (one meal a day)

  • HTH International Insurance (mandatory)

Does Not Include

Passport and Visa Fees

Vaccination costs

Any applicable baggage handling fees imposed by the airlines

Any entrance or exits taxes into/out of the destination country

Additional meals

Personal spending (souvenirs, additional activities, any personal items that need to be bought in country)

Activities

Columbia This course explores the diversity of Colombian landscapes and cultures. We will begin in the city of Cali, one of the major economic and industrial centers of the country. From there, we will explore the cloud forests of
the Central Andes by horseback, canoe the flooded forests of the Amazon, and snorkel or scuba dive among the Caribbean reefs. Throughout the trip, we will focus on the intersection of environment and culture in order to enrich our understanding of this diverse country.



Scholarships

Students may be eligible for scholarships available through the TC3 Office of Financial Aid, room 215.

Course Offered

ColumbiaBIOL 116 (Tropical Field Natural History) will introduce you to the nature and ecology of the Neotropics. You will learn about the plants and animals that make these places unique.

HSTY/POSC 260 (Topics in Modern Latin America) surveys the development of modern Colombian history with an emphasis on current trends in the economy, land use patterns, settlement, and political arenas.

Instructors

Dr. Kelly Wessell
is an aquatic ecologist who has co-led this trip since its inception four years ago. He is a dedicated teacher and an enthusiastic advocate for tropical ecosystem conservation. Contact Kelly by calling 607.844.8222, Ext. 4235 or by e-mail.

Dr. David Flaten
is interested in the dynamic history of modern Colombia, working to integrate student understanding of the human and natural environments we experience. Contact David by calling 607.844.8222, Ext. 4229 or by e-mail.