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Teaching Biology in remote African ecosystems

picture of a sila leopard
Aug 13 2018

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Faculty, Students

Stanford students are traveling through Africa to learn effective mentoring and field techniques, on an expedition designed to provide new perspectives on ethical ecotourism, the applications of novel technology and defining meaningful collaborations in developing countries. Making their way through the Okavango Delta in Botswana, members of the Professor Liz Hadly Lab and the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, along with an undergraduate class from University of Illinois, are immersed in first-hand experiential learning about research, culture, conservation and science communication.