Dennis Ferraro, Conservation Biologist/Herpetologist and Professor of Practice, School of Natural Resources, email@example.com
TBD Puerto Rico: Tropical EcosystemsLocations: Puerto Rico
Fields of Study: Tropical Ecology
Observe components of tropical ecosystems, investigate major ecosystems of an island system, and understand the influence of tropical island geology and precipitation on biodiversity structure and sustainable systems.
Dr. Larkin Powell, Professor, Conservation Biology and Animal Ecology, School of Natural Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Summer 2023 Namibia: Wildlife ConservationLocations: Various sites across Namibia
Fields of Study: Biological Sciences, Ecology, Environmental Studies, History, Natural Resources
Observe the varied approaches to conservation and gain first-hand experience in a country that has taken up the challenge to save wildlife species of serious concern.
Brad Goetsch, PGA Golf Management Instruction Coordinator Bgoetsch2@unl.edu
Summer 2023 United Kingdom: PGA Golf ManagementLocations: Scotland
Field of Study: Golf Management
Develop a deeper understanding of the golf industry through the increasingly important international/cultural lens while conducting informal qualitative research in the game's birthplace. Explore various golf facilities and interact with international staff and management. Become familiar with the golf industry from both a course management and an agricultural perspective.
Rosalee Swartz, Director/Program & Recruitment, Department of Agricultural Economics, email@example.com
Summer 2023 Spain: European Culture and Food ProductionLocations: Barcelona, Spain
Fields of Study: Agribusiness, Agronomy and Horticulture, Food Science
Explore the Spanish countryside, walk the streets of Barcelona and Paris and experience the agricultural foundation of the iconic cuisines of these two regions by touring vineyards, visiting olive oil facilities, and learning first-hand from experts throughout the region about European food production.
Summer 2024 Ireland: The Horse Industry and ExtensionLocations: Ireland
Fields of Study: Animal Science, Extension
This program offers an in-depth study of the horse industry, culture, and history of Ireland. Visit major breeding, training, racing, and schooling farms while interacting with equine professionals in the Irish horse industry.
Summer 2023 South Africa: Conservation in Southern AfricaLocations: South Africa
Fields of Study: Fisheries and Wildlife Management, Environmental Studies, Natural Resources
This program is centered on a nature reserve in South Africa, Africa. Students will learn fundamentals of natural history, field techniques in conservation, bush survival and animal behavior.
Winter 2022-2023New Zealand: Land of the Long White CloudLocation: Christchurch, New Zealand
Fields of Study: Agribusiness, Agronomy, Animal Science, Environmental Studies, Food Science & Technology, Forestry, Natural Resources
Enjoy summer in January in the Land of the Long White Cloud (New Zealand) while learning about a country diverse in both agriculture and natural resources. See how this small country has become a major player in the agricultural export market including dairy, sheep, deer, cattle and wine. Partake in the Polynesian culture and the adrenaline-pumping activities that make tourism the second leading industry in New Zealand.
Mark Burbach, Geoscientist, School of Natural Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter 2022-2023Australia: Managing Diverse EcosystemsLocation: Australia
Fields of Study: Natural Resources, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Animal Science, History, Entrepreneurship, Agricultural Leadership
Australia is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet. This program explores the complex environmental and social issues associated with managing Australia’s diverse ecosystems.
Dr. Yalem Teshome, email@example.com
TBDTraveling with Chocolate from Mesoamerica to West AfricaCourse Type: Web conference & in-person
Enrollment: AGRI 310 (3 credits)
Learn about the historical, cultural, and economic dimensions of cocoa growing and chocolate producation.