Dolphin Studies in Honduras
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9 - 24 May 2015
Join Dr. Stan Kuczaj, Director of the Marine Mammal Behavior and Cognition Laboratory at The University of Southern Mississippi, and participate in studies of dolphin communication and social interaction at the Roatan Institute of Marine Studies.
Students will earn four (4) credit hours for participation in one of the following courses:
- BSC 404 (2 hours)/BSC 404 Lab (2 hours) -OR-
- PSY 444 (3 hours)/PSY 492 (1 hour)
- BSC 504 (2 hours)/BSC 504 Lab (2 hours) -OR-
- PSY 544 (3 hours)/PSY 691 (1 hour)
Minimum program eligibility requirements include the completion of at least 28 semester hours with an overall 2.0 GPA for undergraduates (or consent of the program director) and graduate standing for graduate students. All students must be in clear academic standing. Final authority over enrollment rests with the Director of International Programs and the Dolphin Studies Director.
NOTE: Space available for 15 students maximum. Applications are processed on a first come, first served basis.
Cost includes round-trip airfare, mandatory insurance, tuition, fees, lodging, ground transportation, and some dives.
The Dolphin Studies in Honduras Program qualifies for financial aid in the form of guaranteed student loans, Pell Grants, or applicable graduate assistantships. Southern Miss students requiring financial aid should contact Frances Sudduth at the International Programs Office.
Application and Payment Deadliness
Completed online application, with $250 deposit, are due by 13 February 2015. Balance of fees, less deposit, is due no later than 20 February 2015.
Cancellations and Refunds
Except in cases of academic ineligibility or course cancellation, deposits are non-refundable. Fees, exclusive of deposit, are refundable if written notification is received prior to 20 February 2015. Thereafter, no refunds will be available. The International Programs Office should be notified, in writing, of all cancellations.
Program Director Information
Dr. Stan Kuczaj, Director
Marine Mammal Behavior and Cognition Laboratory