Would you like to earn IUB credit hours this May for traveling on excursions to visit coral reefs, mangroves, and other terrestrial and marine habitats in the Cayman Islands?
Information meeting for Grand Cayman overseas study program
This Thursday, January 30, 4:00 p.m.
Jordan Hall A 310
Prof. Bill Ruf will lead the meeting and can answer any questions you might have about this wonderful program.
Would you like to:
- learn about the biology of coral reefs while diving on one of the most spectacular reefs in the Caribbean, and get biology credit for it?
- become a certified diver in the process?
- visit a coral nursery and sea turtle hatchery?
- experience Sting Ray City?
- learn about invasive species like lionfish and iguanas?
Apply for the Overseas Study Grand Cayman Program, this year to be held May 12-21, 2020.
The application deadline for the IUB Tropical Biology Program in Grand Cayman (BIOL-L 433) is February 10, 2020. If you are interested, apply now! You do not have to be a biology major to apply, although you must have completed 2 biology courses or equivalent.
This program provides students first-hand experience diving on some of the best-developed reefs in the Caribbean. The program will be held on Grand Cayman Island May 12-May 21, 2020. You must be scuba certified to go on the program. Scuba instruction will be available at IUB during the second eight weeks of the Spring 2020 semester. Participating students earn 3 credit hours of BIOL-L 433 Tropical Biology.
More information is available on the Overseas Study website at https://overseas.iu.edu/programs/iu/ovst/grandcayman-iu-sum.html.
Have questions, but can’t make the information meeting this Thursday? E-mail Prof. Bill Ruf, Director of the Tropical Biology Program.