Stanford’s program in Australian Coastal Studies offers a unique opportunity to learn about Australian culture while studying the enormous diversity of coral reefs and rainforests. This program is ideal for students interested in environmental and ecological science and policy.
In collaboration with the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Queensland, Overseas Studies enrolls up to 48 students in a prearranged set of courses in marine biology and ecology of the Great Barrier Reef and the coastal rainforest, as well as an introduction to Australian Studies. This program is mobile and during the quarter, faculty members will lead students from The University of Queensland’s campus in Brisbane, to research stations on the Great Barrier Reef and Moreton Bay, to K’gari the world’s largest sand island, and around the iconic city of Sydney. Students will also have opportunities to earn WAYS requirements!
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Photo: Feeding the wallabies at Sheoak Ridge
Katelyn Tynan, Econ Major
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