Brazil - Saving Golden Lion Tamarins
Hawai‘i: Saving Species
Galápagos: Islands of Change
Paraguay: Eco-Leadership
Baja California, Mexico: Field Methods
Costa Rica Ecology & Ecotourism
Queensland, Australia: Great Barrier Reef
Mongolia: Steppe Ecology & Civic Media
India: Species, Deities, & Communities
Guyana: Local Wisdom & Conservation
Borneo: Primate Conservation
Amazon: Avian & Tropical Ecology
Thailand: Buddhism and Conservation
Namibia: Great Cat Conservation
Belize: Approaches to Environmental Stewardship
Kenya: Wildlife & People in Integrated Landscapes

Appeared March 2015
Published in Marine Ecology Progress Series

Global Field Program graduate Kathryn McQueen and others examined the Planktonic ingress of fiddler crab megalopae to the Newport River Estuary, NC: evidence for semilunar periodicity in Uca pugnax and species-specific sampling bias by hog’s hair larval collectors. Their findings, published in Marine Ecology Progress Series, indicated that sampling of settlement of fiddler crab megalopae onto hog’s hair collectors was dominated by U. pugnax and that future experiments would be needed to examine differences in thigmotaxis and other behavioral differences among the three species.

Appeared January 2015
Published in Science Scope

In Plotting Plants Global Field Program student and teacher Megan Menker involved her middle school students in tracking invasive species in the local community through the use of research, geocaching technology, posters, presentations and out-of-class activities. From beginning to end, the life science unit spanned two weeks of class time, giving students time to engage with the community and gain a greater appreciation for native flora and a heightened awareness of the ecological issues caused by invasive plants in their community.

Appeared November 2015
Published in The Science Teacher

In Hummingbird Citizen Science Global Field Program graduate and teacher Rima Givot helps students make connections in her classroom. Through a citizen science hummingbird project, Givot's students were able to collaborate and experience in real research and critical global environmental issues, such as pollination, habitat fragmentation, and migration.

Appeared Sept. 27, 2015
Published in Today's Pulse | Western Star

Cincinnati Zoo AIP student & teacher Julianne Elder was among two "Teachers honored for environmental work" by the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District. Elder, pictured above, focused on pollinator conservation and wetland restoration in her South Lebanon Elementary classroom. Aligning her AIP projects with her master plan and classroom work, Elder used outdoor educational experiences and conservation science to inspire environmental stewardship in her students.

Appeared Aug. 26, 2015
Published in

GFP student Amy Owens is featured in Trib Total Media's TribLive article "North Huntingdon woman gets first-hand knowledge in Belize" for her travels to Belize where she conducted field work in the rainforest, lived with local families and spent time at a manatee rehabilitation center, jaguar wilderness sanctuary and the Belize Zoo.