Tanzania: Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology
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Reese Matthews, Academic Director
Reese Matthews has his MS in Science Education from the University of Southern Mississippi. He also has an MS in Technology and Science Policy from the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy at Georgia Tech, where his thesis focused on alternative environmental resource management policies for Antarctica. Reese was a US Peace Corps Volunteer (1989-1991) at Lomahasha Central High School in Swaziland teaching science and biology classes and setting up a school library and senior science laboratory. He speaks both Zulu and Kiswahili and has traveled extensively throughout southern and central Africa. He was the Academic Director for the SIT Tanzania Biodiversity and Conservation Program (1998-2000) and came to the Wildlife Ecology Program in January 2001.
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Duration: 15 weeks
Program Base: Tanzania, Arusha
Language Study: Swahili
Prerequisites: Coursework in environmental studies, biology, sociology, anthropology, or international relations Read more...
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