We are so proud of the amazing work done by the students to highlight major conservation issues. Check out one example below. Preserving Wildlife ConMed by Rachel & CodyRead more "Student Videos and Final Projects"
Kia Ora! With regret it is sad to say that this is my last blog post. A chapter of 80 days, from all of us that has finally come to a close with one last assignment. An adventure that not only developed us as adults, but one that will forever be remembered by each and […]Read more "The (Rainy) Views of Mount Cook [3/26-3/28]"
With our glorious New Zealand adventure coming to an end, I decided to continue my travels abroad to the “Land Down Under”, otherwise known as Australia. I was fortunate enough to have my two loving siblings meet me in Melbourne, where all three of us declared that we were determined to see a wild kangaroo. […]Read more "New Zealand Does It Better."
I have been trying for a while now to decide on how I was going to write about our return back home. How am I going to unpack for everyone the experiences that our group has had in New Zealand? For myself, the biggest lesson that I have learned from the trip is to […]Read more "Unpacking: What now?"
After the completion of our conservation medicine program, I was fortunate enough to be able to continue my travels to Australia! I flew into Sydney, Australia and here I spent two weeks. Right off the bat I knew that my experiences in the two countries would be totally different. In New Zealand, I felt a […]Read more "NZ & Aussie: A Comparison"
Following our stop at the beautiful Mt.Cook, we continued to our journey to Koukourarata, also known as Port Levy. The four-hour drive to Koukourarata was one to remember. We stopped along the way at the airport in Christchurch to pick up our brilliant anthropology professor Miko and her three joyful children. Along the ride, we […]Read more "Koukourarata: Reminiscing and Reflecting"
After an emotional stay in Koukourarata we headed to our last place of stay on this trip, Christchurch. At this point, the feelings of leaving New Zealand and the amazing mobile family we created were starting to kick in, and as much as we would have loved to spend our last moments together in New […]Read more "Christchurch"