“People, Flora and Fauna of the Holy Land” is a unique and intense academic summer program that allows its students to discover the ecological and social diversity of the Holy Land through a “learning-by-traveling” approach. The geographic location of the program – a crossroad between Asia, Europe, and Africa – makes the Holy Land an international laboratory to study its high biodiversity and people. Students enrolled in “People, Flora and Fauna of the Holy Land” will take three mandatory classes: “Flora and Fauna of the Holy Land”, “Challenges and Opportunities of a Multicultural Society”, as well as a class supporting their own individual field research. Guided by faculty and staff, students will study while traveling four different regions: the Golan Heights, the Galilee, the Center of Israel and its South. The program welcomes undergraduate as well as graduate students.
Flora and Fauna of the Holy Land (3 credits)
Challenges and Opportunities of a Multicultural Society (3 credits)
Independent Research Project (3 credits)
Week 1: The Desert and the Red Sea
Week 2: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
Week 3: The Golan Heights and the Galilee
Week 4: The Western Galilee