The LSU College of Agriculture is offering five opportunities for students to go on an academic adventure this summer
African Wildlife Ecology will give students the opportunity for hands-on learning in one of the most diverse and complex ecosystems on the planet: Swaziland and South Africa.
Students will travel to Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Repulic and Austria and will gain a better understanding of political, historical, cultural and social issues impacting agriculture.
LSU in Nepal gives students the opportunity to understand the economics of developing country agriculture, with a focus specifically on sustainability and tourism.
This program provides students with an opportunity to learn about issues involved in sustainable agricultural development, as well as provides cultural and intellectual enrichment.
During this week-long trip, students will study agricultural practices in Nicaragua and participate in agriculturally-based field excursion.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture