Spend a summer or an entire semester on another continent!
Each Round River student works as a research assistant and performs field duties during 12-week research periods. Students also read extensively, participate in lectures and group discussions and complete written assignments and exams. Students earn up to 15 semester hours in conservation natural history, biological field methods, and more.
Round River currently has five programs: Namibia, Ecuador and Mexico (offered spring and fall semesters), British Columbia (summer), and Colorado Plateau (offered both semesters and summer). For more information about each of these programs, visit their website or contact Doug Milek.
Students planning on applying for a RR program should contact the Study Abroad Office at UVM first.
Round River Conservation Studies
284 West 400 North, Suite 105
Salt Lake City, UT. 84103
Testimonial: not available
This internship is also listed under the following headings: Abroad