As you begin meeting with your advisors and planning your academic schedules, consider if you’d like to fit a study abroad program into your 4-year curriculum.
Round River Conservation Studies offers study abroad programs that integrate students into actual conservation research projects in Patagonia, Botswana, Mongolia, British Columbia, or Belize. Earn natural science and elective credits, get your hands dirty contributing to real efforts, and have an adventure living outside in the remote communities and landscapes you will study.
Special scholarship funds are available to Northland students looking to study abroad in summer or fall 2020, available to the first two students to apply and be accepted.
Round River will be hosting information sessions on Wednesday, March 11th at 4pm and 8pm in the CSE 169 classroom. If you would like to sign up for an individualized advising session with our Outreach Director, please sign up by emailing for a time slot on Wednesday, March 11th from 12pm – 4pm at the Ponzio Center. To learn more about Round River’s dynamic field work, check out their website or reach out by email to discuss how your research interests fit with our program options!