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Aloha and thank you for looking into our summer Hawaii program.
The Hawaiian Islands are a paradise rich with magnificent hotels, sandy beaches, brilliant sunsets and some of the best recreational and relaxation spots on earth. Beyond the tourist attractions, though sometimes one and the same, lies a natural wonder of botanical rarities, explosive geological features and themes of evolution, adaptation, conservation and extinction. Born from the sea floor in a continuous chain of volcanoes, the Hawaiian Islands exist today as a window into biological and geological processes that tell the story of life on earth.
Join us in the Hawaiian islands with the opportunity to study in this unique environment and earn 16 college credit hours!
Mahalo nui loa (thank you)
Matthew Dempsey and Amanda Mello
Some words from a former student about Hawaiian Field Studies: