On Monday 21 November, at 3pm in Room 303/305 in the International Center at Michigan State University, Dr Justin Hines of the field research organization Operation Wallacea will be giving a presentation about the opportunities available for students next summer to become involved with scientific research in the rainforests/desert and on the coral reefs of Honduras, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia and Egypt. Also, for the first time in 2006 projects will be available in the bush and at a Marine site in South Africa.
There are over 40 projects available for general volunteers and over 150 individual research projects. Many of these projects are suitable for Senior Theses/Masters Projects with over 60% of our UK based dissertation students getting Firsts for their field projects. So come along to the talk and hear more about what this exciting project has to offer.
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