Conservation Fellowship Program
The Center’s research and community outreach programs are run in conjunction with the Conservation Fellowship Program. The fellows work in collaboration with program coordinators, staff, and students, and with community groups and individuals, to achieve the mission and vision of the Center. It is through the fellows that the work of the field station becomes interdisciplinary and integrated with community. To date, we have awarded fellowships to 26 social and environmental scientists from five countries. More than half of these individuals have gone on to obtain advanced degrees and/or employment contributing directly to education and conservation in the region. Thus, the EEP not only affects positive change and creates leaders among the Kino community, but also provides unique learning experiences and opportunities for the fellows who continue to contribute to education and conservation in this region and beyond.
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