Pre-College Programs
Leadership in Hawai'i Students Engage in Learning about the Environment
Leadership in Hawai'i Students Engage in Learning about the Environment
Leadership in Hawai'i Students Engage in Learning about the Environment
Leadership in Hawai'i Students Engage in Learning about the Environment
Leadership in Hawai'i Students Engage in Learning about the Environment

Brown Environmental Leadership Lab: Hawai'i

Environmental Ecology and Hawaiian Culture for High School Students

2015 Program Dates

Saturday, March 21 - Sunday, March 29, 2015

Eligibility

For students currently in
grades 10, 11 & 12 with a
minimum age of 15 at time
of program.

Note: BELL Hawai’i is a physically active program involving significant time outdoors, including hiking, swimming and snorkeling.

Fee: TBD

Residential: There is no commuter option for this program.

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This spring, Brown University offers outstanding high school students an opportunity to study marine science, volcanology, and culture in one of the earth’s most incredible places: the living laboratory of Hawai'i.

The Big Island of Hawai'i is home to the one of the world’s most active volcanoes and features a wide variety of unique ecosystems. The Big Island hosts an incredible diversity of climate types and biologically significant species. In just over 4,000 miles of terrain, one can find everything from dry coastal desert, to some of the wettest spots on earth, snow-capped mountains, and coral reef systems.

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More Program Information to follow.

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