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Ecuador & Galapagos Islands: Environmental Psychology - Human Responses to the Climate Crisis

In this study abroad course, students will learn about what the psychological sciences can tell us about human responses to the climate crisis. Students will engage in activities that bring the climate crisis to life with tours of Quito, as well as San Cristobal Island in the Galápagos archipelago where environmental solutions are being explored by scientists and local communities. Combining lectures from professors in Ecuador and tours by expert guides, students will learn ways in which we can preserve the earth’s resources to sustain all forms of life.

*0.5 General Elective Credit

Projected Dates: May 13 - 22 | Course Director: Adam Sandford, Assistant Program Head of Psychology

Physical Activity: Moderate