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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 119/02
Fecha:Martes, 5 de Marzo, 2002  21:14:34 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt @............ar>

Second Call for Participation

4th Annual Field Studies in Geography and Earth Sciences
in the Galapagos Islands, Andes Mountains and Tropical Rainforest of Ecuador
July 14 - August 6, 2002

www.eiu.edu/~geoscience/ecuador.html
Sponsored by Eastern Illinois University
Directed by Dr. Betty Smith
Department of Geology and Geography
School of Adult and Continuing Education

OBJECTIVES  This program will provide a cross cultural and scientific experience as participants, over a three week period of time, traverse and explore unique ecological zones along the equator. The course combines the
study of geography and earth science. Participants will study the volcanic landscape forming processes of the region and observe the impacts of these processes on topography, hydrology, soils, agriculture and settlement
patterns. Various forms of agriculture and associated problems of erosion are observed. The geography of human-land interactions are examined in the tropical rainforest of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in the high Andes Mountains, and on the Galapagos Islands located 600 miles off the coast of South America.

ITINERARY  We depart from and return to Chicago O'Hare Airport. The point of arrival in Ecuador is Quito, a city located at 9,300 feet above sea level with warm and dry spring like temperatures during the day and slightly cool temperatures in the evening. Participants explore three distinct geographic regions during the three week program: first, the landscapes and villages of the Andes Mountains; secondly, the Ecuadorian Amazon, travelling two hours by boat to the lodge, and; thirdly, the climax a five day boat and land excursion among the Galapagos Islands.

CREDIT  This is a special off-campus course that provides upper division undergraduate or graduate level semester credits at Eastern Illinois University. Participants enroll in Geography 4998 or Earth Science 4998 for 5 semester credits and may choose to enroll in an additional 3 semester credits in fall semester of related research (GEG 4996 or ESC4996).
Prerequisite for GEG/ESC 4998 is one geography or one earth science course or permission of the instructor. Ability to speak or read Spanish is not required. The instructor is fluent in Spanish.

FACULTY  Dr. Betty Smith joined the Department of Geology and Geography at Eastern Illinois University in 1995 after receiving her Ph.D. in Geography.
She has conducted field work in Ecuador, Bolivia and Argentina and is fluent in Spanish. She has published extensively in scholarly journals and books. She specializes in human-land interactions and has spent over a year in Ecuador on more than ten separate research and study abroad trips.
To see photos and more information visit internet site
www.eiu.edu/~geoscience/ecuador.html
To contact Dr. Betty Smith call (217) 581-6340 or send email to cfbes@eiu.edu.

FEES  The registration fee is $3235. This includes air (Chicago RT+Galapagos RT), boat, land transportation, lodging, park entry fees, meals, and course materials. Tuition is additional and depends on choice of number of semester hours and whether graduate tuition ($105.10/credit) or undergraduate tuition ($99.75/credit). There is also a delivery fee ($20/credit). To secure a place on the trip, a $150 deposit and the application form below should be sent as soon as possible but no later than March 30. Checks should be payable to Eastern Illinois University. Deposits
will be refunded if student is not selected for the trip. Balance ($3085) of the full registration fee ($3235) is due April 12, 2002. Students who withdraw in writing before April 12 will be refunded all money except for a
$150 processing fee. Those who withdraw after April 12, 2002 forfeit the
$150 deposit and will be refunded the remainder ($3085) of the registration fee except all reserved items such as transportation & lodging.

TO APPLY  Complete the application form or a photocopy and send it with $150 deposit payable to Eastern Illinois University to Dr. Betty Smith, Dept. of Geology and Geography, 600 Lincoln Ave., Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL 61920 by March 30, 2002. Qualified students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis, so early application is advisable. Later you will be sent a packet containing full details and forms to be completed. All non-EIU applicants will receive a special guest application that will require an additional non-refundable fee of $25.

ALL APPLICANTS Please indicate on the application form below whether you wish to receive credit in Geography or Earth Science and whether you wish undergraduate or graduate credit. Then write a check for $150 payable to Eastern Illinois University. Application and $150 deposit are due as soon as possible or by March 30. Full registration forms and fees are due April 12, 2002.
====================== CUT OR COPY ======================
ECUADOR TRIP APPLICATION FORM    PASSPORT Number  ___________
                                                                OR I will apply for a Passport _____
Name ________________________________________
        Last            First           Middle                  Social Security Number ____________

Address ______________________________________          Telephone Number
______________

        ______________________________________          E-mail _________________________
All participants enroll in 5 credits of either Geography or Earth Science.
Participants may enroll in an additional 3 credits of research for fall
semester.

First choose either Geography 5 credits ____ or Earth Sciences 5 credits
____.
Then choose either Undergraduate credit ____ or Graduate credit  ____.
Then say if you want to do a Research Project for 3 additional credits
registered in fall:   YES ___  NO ___
Then, indicate if you are currently enrolled at Eastern Illinois
University:   YES ___  NO ___
Finally, indicate if you have ever taken courses at Eastern Illinois
University:   YES ___  NO ___

To contact Dr. Betty Smith call (217) 581-6340 (office) or (217) 345-4975
(home) or send email  cfbes@eiu.edu


Dr. Betty Smith, Associate Professor of Geography
Department of Geology and Geography
Eastern Illinois University
Charleston, IL  61920

Office 217 581 6340
FAX  217 581 6613
Email    cfbes@eiu.edu