In these stand-alone graduate courses, students join world-class conservation and community projects in Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Our mission is to build an alliance of individuals with first-hand knowledge of inquiry-driven,
community-based learning for the benefit of ecological communities and global understanding.
The GFP is a master’s degree program that enables students to build on
Earth Expeditions courses to grow as leaders in inquiry-driven education, community-engaged
learning, environmental stewardship, and global understanding. The GFP brings students, scientists, educators, community leaders, and others together at global conservation hotspots.
The AIP is a master’s degree program that fosters professional
leadership, participatory education, and conservation in the U.S. AIP
students combine web-based courses from Miami University with
extraordinary learning experiences and field study at premier zoos and
botanical gardens in select communities across the nation.
Project Dragonfly is in the Department of Biology at Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio. Founded in 1809, Miami is one of the eight original “Public
Ivy” schools and is known for excellence in education, having been
recognized in the U.S. News & World Report as first among public
universities with “an exceptionally strong commitment to teaching.”
Citing Miami as among the best in the nation for commitment to liberal
arts education, The Fiske Guide to Colleges notes Miami’s strengths in
research, study abroad, and leadership.
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