Thursday, March 5, 2015

International NSF Workshop


NIU Participants: Katharine L. Wiegele (Anthropology), Hidetada Shimizu (Educational Psychology) and Giovanni Bennardo (Anthropology)

Endangered Species Management and Recovery


Globalization and Community Health Field School in Costa Rica


This is a nine-week intensive program that provides students with training in qualitative and quantitative methods needed to conduct community based research in areas undergoing rapid changes associated with globalization. The program provides cross-training in anthropology and environmental engineering and guides students as they address issues of small scale sustainable agriculture and food insecurity, grey water management, and waste management. The course is ideal for graduate students from anthropology, public health, and environmental sciences, among others. The deadline for application is April 1st 2015