UIS Faculty And Students Partner With Brazilian Researchers To Study River Floodplain Conservation


Published on: August 11th, 2017

UIS faculty and students partner with Brazilian researchers to study river floodplain conservation

The University of Illinois Springfield has partnered with the Universidade Estadual de Maringá (UEM) to research the aquatic ecology of the Paraná River in Brazil and the Illinois River in the United States in order to better understand the effectiveness of conservation and restoration efforts.





PCC Notes: Mexican students visit through ecology partnership


Published on: July 2nd, 2017

PCC Notes: Mexican students visit through ecology partnership

WINTERVILLE – Pitt Community College hosted eight students and a faculty member from Mexico’s Universidad Veracruzana last week as part of a student exchange partnership focused on water ecology and environmental research. From June 22-28, the UV contingent participated in a program developed by PCC faculty to give them a better understanding of North Carolina’s water treatment processes and conservation methods, water-based ecosystems, and water-related research.



LSU students study tropical horticulture in Honduras


Published on: June 29th, 2017

Students study tropical horticulture in Honduras

Six LSU students and one professor traveled to Honduras in April to learn about tropical horticulture in Latin America. LSU AgCenter International Programs received a grant from Partners of the Americas to conduct a study abroad program in Honduras from April 8-16.

 



Estudiantes de la UNRN viajan a Denver con un programa de intercambio


Published on: June 28th, 2017

Estudiantes de la UNRN viajan a Denver con un programa de intercambio | ANB

Tres alumnos de la tecnicatura en Viveros de la Universidad Nacional de Río Negro fueron seleccionados para participar del programa de intercambio “100,000 Strong in the Americas” Irene Edwards, Ramiro Lincan y Lucas Vignera partirán este martes 27 hacia Denver, Colorado, Estados Unidos, donde permanecerán dos meses trabajando y estudiando dentro del Jardín Botánico y la universidad.