Students Help Solve Real-World Water Issues in Guatemala
2015 Jul 28
A summer course in Guatemala combined field research, problem-solving and service learning—plus a chance to climb an 8,000-foot active volcano.
A total of 21 Oneonta students traveled to Guatemala with Dr. Tracy Allen, associate professor of geography and environmental sciences, and Dr. Devin Castendyk, associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, for a an interdisciplinary field course called Water and the Environment of Guatemala.
- Geography with a concentration in Urban and Regional Planning
- Class of 2015
- Patchogue, NY