College Students going to the Galapagos
Four College Students to research in the Galapagos this summer
College students have now started their research for the 2019 Galapagos Urbanization & Sustainable Development Undergraduate Research Program. This new and innovative program connects UChicago undergraduates to the 2019 Galapagos Urbanization & Sustainable Development Study, which will begin to explore evolution of the built environment and recent resource consumption in the Galapagos Islands. This summer is the first time UChicago will lead a key piece of the research to create critical geographic and graphical resources on which to build future urban development research.
Congratulations to this summer's undergraduate researchers:
- Ryan Cutter, Environmental Science (2021)
- Sam Joyce, Environmental & Urban Studies (2020)
- Jein Park, Public Policy and Sociology (2020)
- Amy Tian, Biology (Ecology and Evolution) and Public Policy (2021)
Read more about the Galapagos Urbanization & Sustainable Development Undergraduate Research Program here: http://ccrf.uchicago.edu/undergraduate-research/2019-galapagos-urbanization-sustainable-development-undergraduate-research.
The Galapagos Program is a collaborative, interdisciplinary undergraduate research scholars program developed and supported by The Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation and The Program on the Environment (PGE). Additional support provided by the Social Sciences Collegiate Division and the College Center for Research and Fellowships (CCRF).