Transform your educational experience this summer and earn six credits studying at historic Schloss Dyck castle near Dusseldorf, Germany. The Summer in Germany program titled, "Carbon and the Future of the World" is set for June 6 through July 1.
Students will learn about the science of carbon and the legal and political framework for carbon reduction in a country that pioneered important environmental programs, and is a leader in carbon reduction.
Visit an operating CO2 storage facility in Ketzin (near Berlin) to explore the global carbon cycle firsthand. Meet with climate activists, renewable energy proponents and public officials in Amsterdam and other Benelux cities and explore how environmental problems are approached at different levels of government. And stay at Nikolauskloster Monastery and study at the historic castle, Schloss Dyck, near Dusseldorf.
Eligible participants should be full-time students enrolled at a New Mexico college or university. No knowledge of German is required. Application deadline is Friday, March 11. Scholarships are available.
For more information visit: Summer in Germany. Interested individuals may also call Kathryn Padilla at (505) 277-2613 or e-mail: email@example.com
2011 Summer Study in Germany
February 23, 2011