Galapagos: Exploring Darwin's Legacy

Photo by Simon Matzinger from Pexels

This faculty-led study abroad course is designed to give students an opportunity to experience firsthand the unique flora and fauna that have existed on the Galapagos Islands for centuries. Visiting the Galapagos Islands is like walking in the footsteps of noted naturalist, geologist, and biologist, Charles Darwin. Students will participate in a 10-day study tour to the Galapagos Islands where they will engage in learning experiences that explore the geologic formation, human inhabitation and delicate Galapagos ecosystems.

Learn More

Program Details | Faculty Overview Presentation | Excursions | How to Apply

Program Details

Dates:

Anticipate July 2021

Application Deadline:

February 1

Courses:

AFLS 401VH
AFLS 401V
ANSC 410V/ANSC 510V
ENSC 401V/ENSC 401V(H)
BIOL 496V/BIOL 496V(H)

Program Costs:

(Estimated) $3,500 +
Airfare (est.$1,400) +
UA Tuition

Faculty Leaders:

Lisa Wood
lswood@uark.edu

Kathy Jogan
kjogan@uark.edu 


Faculty Overview Presentation


Excursions

Program excursions for this study abroad program are TBA.


How to Apply

Contact the faculty leader if you're interested in this program. Apply on the HogsAbroad Application Portal.