Duke University : Global Education for Undergraduates

Duke in Alaska: Biodiversity of Alaska

May 31 - June 30, 2017

Duke’s Department of Biology and Global Education Office for Undergraduates (GEO) offer a four-week, one-course program focusing on the major-biomes, conservation issues, and human-environment interactions of Alaska.   Alaska offers an outstanding venue for integrating science and the humanities.  Students on the program will spend time in and gain familiarity with major environmental regions within the state: temperate rainforest of the southeastern Alaskan panhandle and the boreal forest as represented around Anchorage.

    • Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska
    • Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska

    • Kenai Fjords National Park Glacier
    • Kenai Fjords National Park Glacier

  • Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska