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Final Thoughts on South Africa

Our programs offer you a comprehensive introduction to field biology, conservation policy and global health in a tremendous diversity of habitats. Instead of exploring nature and conservation issues via field trips and exercises, you will live in the forests, savannahs and communities that you are studying. 53 more words

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Bainskloof

By Samih Taylor, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania

Our programs offer you a comprehensive introduction to field biology, conservation policy and global health in a tremendous diversity of habitats. 78 more words

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Sky’s the limit for OpenWorks!

This year has been particularly exciting for students Elena and Dan who have been lucky enough to work with a group of British engineers who are set to take the security and counter terrorism markets by storm. 433 more words

Clinical Legal Education

Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center: The Paragon, Vol 1

This is a guest post from Lizzie Zink, a rising senior at BCMN site Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center in Columbus, Ohio.

The Paragon, Vol. 1: Someday We’ll All Be Free… 532 more words

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Museum in Vilnius Shows Resistance and Survival

Sign to Green Museum Holocaust Museum

Jewish life in Vilnius before the Holocaust

Fania Yocheles Brantsovsky (lower left) joined the partisans and survived the Holocaust. … 232 more words

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International Student Visas

This post was contributed by Shaileshkumar Solanki, student at Touro Graduate School of Business.  

I was very excited to study in the U.S.A. I landed at Detroit International Airport on May 20, 2015 at 2.00 pm. 627 more words

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No More Tomatoes In The Green House This Summer. By; Ashley Burns

No more tomatoes in the beds of the green house. Over the past 3-4years, all they have been planting during the summer is tomatoes in the beds. 143 more words