Friday, October 4, 2019

Apply for the March 2020 global seminar in Panama by Tuesday, Oct. 15

Travel to Panama during spring break and learn about Panamanian culture and daily life, water management, water-related health implications, and environmental awareness. You'll gain hands-on experience about field measurements focused on chemical analysis and keeping field records. Priority applications are due by Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Get hands-on experience in Panama!


Apply now to spend spring break 2020 in Panama where you'll earn about Panamanian culture and daily life, water management, water-related health implications, and environmental awareness. You'll gain hands-on experience about field measurements focused on chemical analysis and keeping field records. Earn two credits in less than two weeks!

Apply now!

Chemistry in the Field: Water Analysis and Environmental Impact
Travel dates: ​Friday, March 6-Sunday, March 15, 2020
Credit received: Students will receive two credits of directed research for Chem 4094W.
Eligibility: Open to students who have taken or are currently enrolled in one or more of the classes Chem 2101, Chem 2111, Chem 2121, Chem 4101, Chem 4111W, Chem 4411, or Chem 4423W
Admission: Admission is by application and space is limited.
Language prerequisite: None, however Spanish knowledge may be helpful.
Priority applications are due by Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019.

This global seminar is based in the Bocas del Toro region, and an excursion to Panama City to visit the Panama Canal is included!

Check out the 2019 Panama Global Seminar experience on the student blog.

For more information, contact cseabroad@umn.edu, or visit the CSE Global Seminars webpage.

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