Entries tagged with ‘Environmental Studies’

Back from Tanzania: Professor Cindy Johnson’s Work as a Fulbright Scholar

While not able to transport the majestic Kilimanjaro Mountain she could see every morning from her backyard in Tanzania, Biology professor Cindy Johnson has brought back many other memorable experiences and fascinating stories from her two years in Tanzania as a Fulbright Scholar. Utilizing her skills and experience in administration, teaching, and research, Johnson helped […]

Biology and Env Studies Students Learn to Serve in Mexico

Biology / ES students, Dr. Joel Carlin, and biologist Alberto Blanco pose in the crater excavated by a mother leatherback sea turtle on the beaches of Petatlan, Mexico. Eight Gustavus students spent spring break 2012 in Petatlan, Mexico.  This was the second “Learning to Serve” program spent in Saint Peter’s sister city.  In addition to […]