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ESF Students Can Learn about Living Routes: Study Abroad in Ecovillages

Representative on campus Tuesday, Sept. 15

Daniel Greenberg from Living Routes Study Abroad in Ecovillages will be on-campus Tuesday, September 15, 2009 to meet with students to discuss Living Routes study abroad programs and also to provide a presentation to the campus faculty, staff, and students about program opportunities and educational standards.

Living Routes offers accredited study abroad programs (January, summer, semester and year abroad) with integrated service learning in ecovillages in Australia, India, Peru, Scotland, Israel, Senegal, Brazil, Mexico and the United States. Students receive an academic transcript from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Program acceptance is on a rolling admissions basis and need-based scholarships are offered to help make programs more affordable.

Meet Representative Daniel Greenberg on Campus

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2009

Individual Meetings: 11 am to 1:30 pm

Program Presentation: 1:30 pm

Location: Alumni Lounge (Marshall Hall Basement)


Additional information about studying abroad at SUNY-ESF is available online at http://www.esf.edu/international/studyabroad/default.htm

Semester Programs
Scotland: Human Challenge of Sustainability at Findhorn (16 credits)
Senegal: Sustainable Community Development (16 credits)
India: Integral Sustainability at Auroville (16 credits)
Israel: Peace, Justice, and the Environment at Kibbutz Lotan (Fall only / 16 credits)

January Programs
India: Low-Carbon Living at Sadhana Forest (3 weeks / 4 credits)
Mexico Leadership for Social Change (3 weeks / 4 credits)
Peru: Ecology, Community, and Spirituality in the Indigenous High Amazon (3 weeks / 4 credits)
Senegal: Sustainable Development in Ecovillages (3 weeks / 4 credits)

Summer Programs
Australia: Permaculture at Crystal Waters (3 weeks / 4 credits)
Brazil: Permaculture at Ecocentro IPEC (3 weeks / 4 credits)
U.S.A.: Permaculture and Edible Forest Garden Design at Sirius (3 weeks / 4 credits)