From May 11-15, EARTH hosted a group of 18 students of engineering, banking and finance and two professors from the University of Panama. The group covered topics such as: biodigesters, carbon neutrality, waste and water management, entrepreneurship and business projects.
After 12 days exploring our campus and neighboring communities, today we said good bye to a group of 12 students and two professors from the School of Construction Management at Colorado State University. The group arrived at EARTH on January 3rd and were joined by four EARTH students on a short course on Sustainable Construction […]
We welcome the second group of 10 students from Northeastern University to our campus. For a period of five weeks, they will be learning about sustainability in the Latin American business environment. EARTH has been offering this course for several years and received another group of students from Northeastern University earlier this summer from May […]
In July, EARTH received its first group of incoming freshman students from Michigan State University (MSU). These students will begin their studies at MSU this fall, and have been given the unique opportunity to study abroad internationally before their clases even begin. The group of 15 students are accompanied by three professors, and will be […]
¨The Global Sustainability Fellows Program¨, a pioneering educational program developed by The Sustainability Laboratory, launched its pilot session in collaboration with EARTH University with 20 students from all over the world. We are very happy to welcome on our campus a very varied group with students from Germany, Kenya, Mexico, Israel, France, Switzerland, USA, Australia, […]
As part of our summer course—offered in collaboration with the University of Florida—a group of 11 students from the Holy Spirit University in Lebanon, Colorado State University, the University of Missouri, and Northwestern Michigan College in the USA participated in coursework and experiential learning activities in the province of Guanacaste. After the first week at […]
Let’s extend a warm welcome to the group of 10 students and one professor from the University of Panama, from the Agribusiness and Watersheds Program. This group will be participating in a short course that will cover subjects such as: biodigesters, renewable energies, waste management, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial projects. The course will take place from […]
We welcome on our campus a group of nine students from different US Universities. For a period of four weeks, they will be participating in two courses in Session I of our EARTH Consortium summer program: Carbon, Climate and Livelihoods in Tropical Agro-Forestry Systems, taught by Michigan State University professor Dr. David Skole Making Agriculture […]
We are starting off this summer by welcoming five students from Northeastern University to our campus. For a period of four weeks, they will be learning about sustainability in the Latin American business environment. EARTH has been offering this course for several years and we will receive a second group of 10 students from Northeastern […]
On March 25, the Office of International Academic Relations (RAI) organized a guest lecture by Stina Herberg, Headmaster of Richmond Vale Academy, entitled: “Lessons from the St. Vincent Climate Compliance Conference 2012-2021”.
As part of our collaborative program with IES Abroad, we welcome on our campus this group of 7 students. For a period of 4 weeks, they will be learning about sustainable development as the result of the integration of community, entrepreneurship, and natural resources.
Congratulations to the four professors from Haiti with the completion of the program “Professional Development for Faculty Members from Selected Faculties of Agriculture and Natural Resource Management in Haiti”, that took place from February 3rd to March 2nd, 2014 at EARTH University, Guácimo Campus.