- Belize Archaeology Field School
Earn units in anthropology while learning archaeological techniques and visiting ancient ruins. Contact Dr. Marisol Cortes-Rincon or 826-4335. For further information, see the Study Abroad website.
- China-Tibet Field Project
Summer field project exploring sacred landscapes. Earn units in geography while traveling, exploring and studying northwest China and Tibet. See the Study Abroad website.
- Costa Rica Primate Field Program:
Occasional summer field study at La Selva Biological Field Station in Costa Rica. Learn about New World primate behavior, ecology and conservation, primatology field techniques, Costa Rican culture, current issues affecting Costa Ricans and their flora and fauna, and cultural sensitivity. Nine units in anthropology are available. Visit the website for dates and information about the next program.
- Dominican Republic
Students study appropriate technology and Spanish while working with community members in the Santo Domingo area. See details on the Study Abroad website.
- Quito, Ecuador
Earn units of academic credit in Spanish language, culture and civilization in this 10-week full immersion summer program in conjunction with the Universidad Technológica Equinoccial (UTE). Live with an Ecuadorian family, visit cultural and natural sites. Visit the Study Abroad website for details.
Study intercultural communication and language development while engaging in intercultural communication and language development. Through field trips and the two academic courses (4 weeks online, 4 weeks in-country), learn about Nicaraguan history and culture, as well as experience life in a country with complex relations, past and present, with the United States. For more information, contact program directors Prof. Armeda Reitzel at 707-826-3779/e-mail or Prof. Tasha Souza at 707-826-3462/e-mail
Study medieval forensic anthropology around the city of Bezlawki. Excavate and catalog ancient human remains and learn about human osteology and pathology. For more information, visit the website, or contact program director, Prof. Mary Glenn at 707-826-3126/e-mail
The courses and programs below may involve field trips. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form before they participate in a field trip. See general information for details.
A summer 3-day course on the Klamath River with Karuk herbalists and indigenous basket weavers. One optional unit in ANTH 485 or EMP 480 is available. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ETHNOBOTANY COURSE...
- OLLI: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute:
Classes by and for those aged 50 and over. Several field trip options are available each term. LEARN MORE ABOUT OLLI...