Tanzania: Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology
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How to prepare for your international travel, including where to meet your group upon arrival.
Passport and visa information
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Packing Guidelines (PDF)
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Required Readings and Assignments; Recommended Readings; Internet Resources; Other Resources
Health Guidelines and Requirements
Student Handbook (PDF)
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