For the fifth year, the Archaeological Field School will be held in collaboration with the Anthropology Department of the University of Hawai‘i-Mānoa. Dates in 2012 for this integrated archaeological and paleoecological session are July 5-August 4.
A new four-week offering in June/July this year is the Geospatial Research and Mapping (GRAM) Field Program, in collaboration with California State University at Long Beach (CSULB). This is a National Science Foundation-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates program. The schedule is broken down between in-classroom/laboratory at CSULB and two weeks at NTBG’s Kaua‘i gardens, preserves, and off-campus restoration projects. It includes the training of students in remote sensing, the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and other kinds of mapping and imaging technologies.
For more information or to enroll, visit Geospatial Research and Mapping Field Program on the CSULB website.
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- GARDEN ACCEPTING INTERN APPLICATIONS, Press Release, 05/20/2013
- Video featuring Hale building to air on PBS Hawaii, Special Announcement, 05/20/2013
- Today Show tapes in McBryde Garden, In the News, 05/14/2013
- Limahuli Announces Summer Internships, Ages 13-18, Special Announcement, 05/14/2013
- NTBG and KCC Special Film Showing April 23, Press Release, 04/08/2013
- NTBG and KCC announce new lecture series: Around the World of Plants, Press Release, 02/22/2013
- Next Hale Building Days at Limahuli Announced, Special Announcement, 02/18/2013
- Archaeology/paleoecology field school runs this summer, Special Announcement, 02/08/2013
- NTBG announces 2013 Course for Science Teachers, Press Release, 01/11/2013
- Kalo Festival includes Workshop at Limahuli Garden, Events, 12/02/2012
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