3 credits. S/U grades only.
J. Felippe, R. Radcliffe.
The "One Health Laboratory" field course is organized in 2 courses (enrollment in both is required): Part I is the engaged-learning experience at one of the field sites in Indonesia (Ujong Kulon National Park) or Africa (Jane Goodall Institute in Republic of Congo or Uganda). The format for the field course is an applied research project that will further understanding of a problem in conservation that has impact for local people in farming or forestry conservation that has impact for local people in farming or forestry communities, and the wild species that share these working landscapes. Students will be chose during the required course "Conservation with Communities for One Health" and work in teams (1 DVM, 2 undergraduate students for each field site).