Spread the Word!
As educators, you have the ability to use a variety of ways to share information with your students. Below, we list a series of options for sharing these announcements electronically, in print, or in your classes. Please note that these materials are relevant to our course offerings for Winter 2017/18. Please choose from the following options:
** If you would like to be added to our mailing list for printed flyers, please send us an email at email@example.com including your full name, title, and school/institution mailing address. We’d be happy to send you one within a week.
** To print or download a pdf flyer or brochure, please select from the options below:
Please download the slide(s) you wish to use below:
- Amzonian ABCs: Rainforest Fundamentals and Field Botany – Madre de Dios, Peru
- The Osa Peninsula, Conservation in Action – Costa Rica
- Primates to Predators: Conservation and Ecology of India’s Iconic Mammals – Western Ghats, India
- Amazon to Andes: The Birds of Peru – Cusco & Madre de Dios, Peru
- Tigers to Turtles: Conservation Biology in Bangladesh – Sundarbans and Lawachara, Bangladesh
- Intense About Insects: Tropical Entomology – Madre de Dios, Peru
Use this option when:
- your school’s email account does not like html-rich emails, or
- you intend to use Blackboard or any other internal means of communicating with your students
- Copy the email notice in the box below and paste into the text of an email to your students.
Field Projects International is a not-for-profit organization offering hands-on field-based training for undergraduates and recent graduates at various biodiverse research stations around the world. These opportunities are ideal for those who already are, or are considering becoming, majors in biology, anthropology, ecology, environmental science, zoology, or pre-veterinary science.
Students may be able to receive credit for participation in select courses and other field programs. We also offer scholarships for students to attend our courses for free. Deadlines for applications for all of our programs are soon approaching, and spots are given away on a first-come, first-serve basis, so applying early is always an advantage.
Please scroll below for links to all of the opportunities available this winter. If you have questions, please contact us directly at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa, PhD
President, Field Projects International
Department of Anthropology, Washington University in Saint Louis
** Visit our website: https://fieldprojects.org
** Upcoming Field Courses (Note: All courses have a registration deadline of November 6, 2017):
- Amazonian ABCs: Fundamentals of Rainforest Ecology and Field Botany, at multiple field sites in the Peruvian Amazon – Session 1: Dec. 31, 2017 – Jan. 13, 2018; Session 2: February 1 – 15
- Amazon to Andes: The Birds of Peru, at multiple field sites in Peru – 2 Week option: Dec. 26, 2017 – Jan. 7, 2018; 3 Week option: Dec. 26, 2017 – Jan. 13, 2018
- Intense About Insects: Tropical Entomology in the Peruvian Amazon – Dec. 11 – 23, 2017
- Conservation Research in Action, in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica – Dec. 11 – 23, 2017
- Tigers to Turtles: Conservation and Ecology in Bangladesh – Dec. 11 – 23, 2017
- From Primates to Predators: The Conservation of India’s Iconic Mammals – Dec. 31, 2017 – Jan. 13, 2018
**Accepting scholarship applications for all courses: September 1 – October 15, 2017. Visit our scholarship information and application page.
- Simply forward the email announcement you recently received to the email addresses of anyone who might be interested in these opportunities. If you misplaced the announcement, click here to view it in your browser.
- Didn’t receive the email announcement? That means you are not on our list – click HERE to sign up for announcements and we will forward you the summer course announcement to your email right away.