Society and Culture of Ecuador
Dates: July 22-Aug. 10
Eastern Illinois University invites
applications from teachers, friends, students and adult family to
discover the geography, earth science, culture and history of
Ecuador. No prerequisites. This sixth summer of field studies in
Ecuador earns four graduate or undergraduate credits, with
additional research credits possible. Meet local people and explore
tropical ecological zones in the Andes Mountains, fertile mountain
valleys, Amazon rain forest and enchanted Galapagos Islands.
Out-of-state participants are welcome and pay in-state tuition rate.
Program fee includes three plane tickets (Chicago-Ecuador round
trip, Quito-jungle round trip, Quito-Galapagos round trip),
Galapagos Islands first-class cruise, land transportation, good
lodging, most meals, tips and course materials.
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Contact experienced faculty director and geography professor Dr.
Betty E. Smith. Send e-mail to
email@example.com or call her office at 217-581-6340.
EIU Geology and Geography Department online site from 2007 trip:
Hope you can join us!
[Text from file received from
Betty Smith, Ph.D., associate
Illinois University Department of Geology and Geography]