Description: Experience cultural emersion, learn scientific data collection and analysis techniques, and develop greater understanding of bicultural adaption to extreme environments and malnutrition while participating in an interdisciplinary research project directed by UNL and Ethiopian university faculty.
Field Duration(in Ethiopia): June 9th to July 7th
Enrollment: College of Arts and Sciences Students will register for 3-6 hours in ANTH 498/898: Advanced Current Topics in Anthropology: Global Food Security Scholar
Dr. Shimelis Beyene
Dr. Martha Mamo
Other possible UNL faculty include: Drs. Mary Willis,Teshome Regassa and Tsegaye Tadesse
Estimated Cost (including tuition and transport): $7,025.25 (International Science Education will provide a support of $2,000 for qualified students)
For More Information and to Enroll: Contact Allison Poole (email@example.com), UNL Education Abroad