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Application Deadline: December 3
Student in the IFR program learn and practice international research methods during spring 2015, and then travel to Switzerland and conduct research in the field June 22-28, 2015.
Context and consequence of change in science and technology
Switzerland has a history of scientific innovation, including the Large Hadron Collider, Einstein, Paracelsus, and Carl Jung.
Challenging us to understand what it means to be human
Visit Roman Ruins, investigate the origins of the Red Cross, and visit the numerous museums on the Swiss Pass. The opportunities for field research in Arts and Humanities are rich and diverse.
All participants will have the chance to hike, walk and participate in stress reduction exercises.
An International Perspective
How do public policy, clinical practice, and personal choices help individuals of all ages maintain healthy life styles?
and Climate Change
Switzerland is one of the top rated countries for environmental policy. Climate change has far reaching implications for the environment, infrastructure and the economy.

Join us in Admin 218, Monday 10/27 from 3pm-4pm for pizza and more information about the IFR program! Can’t make that date? We will be having another session on 11/19 at 4pm. RSVP on our myUMBC site.

Competitive Scholarships of up to $1000 available for Spring/Summer 2015!

2015 IFR brochure

UMBC_IFR_Application 2015

For additional information contact:
Katie Birger
Coordinator, UMBC International Field Research Program
cbirge1@umbc.edu