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Adventures to Ecuador: The Galápagos Islands!

The second portion of our trip included three of the Galapagos Islands: San Cristobal, Santa Cruz, and Isabella Islands! Here, we focused on evolutionary biology and ecology by learning about the adaptations many animals accrued, such as beak shape and size in Darwinian finches and prey specialization in invasive insect…
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The Adventure of a Lifetime

Hi y’all! My name is Logan, and I am a graduating fourth-year student at UGA earning degrees in applied biotechnology and biological science from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES). I recently returned from Ecuador and completed the study abroad program Tropical Entomology in Ecuador and the Galapagos…
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Moroccan Collectivism

Collectivism or communalism is the societal orientation towards putting the needs of the community or group before the needs of the individual within the group. https://www.britannica.com/topic/collectivism This is a common value in family structures that are non-western. The trend also carries over into Moroccan society. In collectivist societies, it is…
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Women’s Role in Moroccan Society

In the United States, the term “housewife” comes with a plethora of opinions & associations. Whether Americans love the concept or hate it, generally the status of being a housewife is one saved for women in affluent families. In traditional Moroccan families, however, the term “housewife” doesn’t really exist; it…
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