[Coral-List] Undergraduate Student Study Abroad Opportunity in Bonaire, Southern Caribbean

Rbjpeachey at aol.com Rbjpeachey at aol.com
Mon Nov 13 12:47:50 EST 2006

Dear Coral-listers: 
If you know of  undergraduate students that would be interested in a semester 
of study in  Tropical Marine Biology and Conservation; please pass this 
notice along to  them.  In addition to a full program  of study; this program 
provides dive training that prepares students for AAUS  certification at their home 
universities.  Students will receive the following training in the Scientific 
Diving course: Open water, Advanced Diver,  Rescue Diver, Emergency First 
Responder, CPR + First Aid, Dan Oxygen Rescue,  Underwater photography and 
videography, Night diving, and Underwater  navigation.  Additionally, students  will 
be trained in the following Reef Monitoring Protocols: Reef Check,  CARICOMP, 
and AGRRA. 
Undergraduate Student Study Abroad Opportunity in  Bonaire, Netherlands 
The Tropical Marine Biology and Conservation study abroad  program is still 
accepting applications for spring semester (2007).   Student participants will 
register for 15 semester hours: Coral Reef Ecology,  Scientific Methods using 
SCUBA, Human Ecology, Marine Park Management and  Independent Study.  The 
course  descriptions can be found using the following link:   
CIEE is an American, not-for-profit corporation that has  90 study abroad 
programs in 33 countries around the world.  We provide  programs in language 
studies, social science, political science and natural  science for American 
undergraduate students and have extended our deadline for  the spring program in 
Bonaire to December  1, 2006.  
Prerequisites: Overall GPA 2.75 or better, 2 semesters of  biology or 
environmental science, and a nationally recognized SCUBA  certification referral – 
you can do your open water check out dives here.   
Interested students should contact _RPeachey at ciee.org_ 
(mailto:RPeachey at ciee.org)  or call  1-800-40-STUDY ASAP.   
Thanks in advance for passing this notice along.   
Rita Peachey 
Rita BJ Peachey 
Resident Director 
Tropical Marine Biology and Conservation Program   
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles 
_rpeachey at ciee.org_ (mailto:rpeachey at ciee.org)  


Rita BJ Peachey,  PhD
Resident Director
CIEE Research Station Bonaire
Kaya Gob DeBrot  21
Kralendijk, Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
rpeachey at ciee.org  

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