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Galápagos Islands: apply for all-expenses-paid undergrad research program

Galápagos Islands (Photo credit: Andres Cruz)

Approximately 24 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa undergraduate students will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to conduct research over the next three summers. The students who apply and are accepted for the all-expenses-paid project will spend a summer at one of the richest locations for ecological research in the world outside of Hawaiʻi—the Galápagos Islands.

PBRC researcher Kiana Frank is one of the primary instructors of the Spring course NREM 491 (will be listed as Litton and Frank), and her specific role is to ground the whole program in place based knowledge and practices for the bridging of Western and Indigenous practices to support environmental stewardship. 

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