FERAL: Foundation for Ecological Research, Advocacy and Learning

Foundation for Ecological Research, Advocacy and Learning

BCA Study Abroad Courses

Summary

BCA Study Abroad is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3), international education organization founded in 1962 by a consortium of seven colleges of the Brethren tradition. BCA Study Abroad has engaged internationally-minded students from a wide range of institutions–-more than 100 different U.S. universities and colleges--including many students from our original partners.

Objectives

BCA Study Abroad has been committed to helping students understand the complexities of the contemporary world by providing challenging academic programs and cross-cultural learning in locations around the globe. From its start, BCA has focused its educational mission on engaging students with ideas that matter. As a result, students who participate in a BCA program gain a more comprehensive and precise understanding of the world.

 

Status

This project supported a series of courses for teaching Marine Sciences to undergraduate students from the USA. Most of the courses involved field trips to the Andaman Islands and visits to other institutions in Goa, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. This project was concluded in 2010. Subsequent courses were run through KSAC.

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Project Information

FERAL Team

Neil Pelkey
Programme Head
Anupama Pai
Coordinator
Tara Lawrence
Coordinator

Project Information

Budget: $ 182,275

Duration:

January, 2008 to April, 2011

Funding Agencies

BCA Study Abroad - USA

Sub-grant Details

Marine Science in India
Budget: $ 67,650

Duration: Jan 2011 to Apr 2011

Marine Science in India
Budget: $ 51,400

Duration: Jan 2010 to Apr 2010

Faculty Seminar
Budget: $ 15,000

Duration: Jan 2010

Marine Science in India
Budget: $ 33,975

Duration: Jan 2009 to Apr 2009

Marine Science in India
Budget: $ 29,250

Duration: Jan 2008 to Apr 2008

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Project Images

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