Garry Hayes at Lava Flow on the Big Island

Anthropology 190/Geology 190: Field Studies in the Hawaiian Islands

Join us on the journey of a lifetime on June 1-13, 2016! Nine days on the Big Island of Hawai’i and four days on Kaua’i, exploring volcanoes, coral reefs, tropical rainforests, tropical deserts, ancient foot trails and petroglyphs, and archaeological sites! This will be a dyad class, Geology 190 and Anthropology 190. Cost for lodging, transportation and inter-island flight will be $2,200 (students will need to meet us in Hawaii, and arrange their own food). Informational meeting Thursday January 28 (5:30PM in Science Community Center Room 326).

The Geology and Anthropology Clubs at Modesto Junior College are raising funds to support student travel. Contact instructors Susan Kerr (kerrs@yosemite.edu) or Garry Hayes (hayesg@yosemite.edu) for more information.

Syllabus & Documents

Questions?

Contact instructors Susan Kerr (kerrs@yosemite.edu) or Garry Hayes (hayesg@yosemite.edu) for more information.