Wildlands Studies announces a new program to the Pacific Islands!

Attention nature-loving and venturesome students,

Wildlands Studies is embarking on a new program in the Pacific Islands! Join us to investigate the tropical seascapes of the remote Mariana Island archipelago through a comparative study of three islands: Guam, Saipan and Rota. This three island comparison will evaluate how climate change is affecting the Pacific Islands, examine invasive wildlife and explore conservation initiatives.

Our lead instructor, Benita Carmen Laird-Hopkins, has conducted research around the globe, from Thailand to Cuba to Alaska to Guam. Now is your chance to be apart of Benita’s team in Alaska (summer 2019), the Pacific Islands (winter 2020), or Cuba (spring 2020). Apply over winter break and confirm your chance to research in one of these remarkable places!https://wildlandsstudies.campbrainregistration.com/

Hoping for something sooner? There are few spots still available on our 2019 spring and summer programs! Browse all of our programs here: https://www.wildlandsstudies.com/

Best of luck on finals and we hope to see you in the new year,


Allison Dolan
Field Studies Advisor, Wildlands Studies


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