environmental-problems

Galen University visits Little Belize, Shipstern Reserve, and Sarteneja Village to observe and analyze existing Environmental Problems.

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Galen University visits Little Belize, Shipstern Reserve, and Sarteneja Village to observe and analyze existing Environmental Problems. On Saturday and Sunday June 24th and 25th, 2017 Galen’s Environmental Problems class took one of Belize’s “less travelled road” to further their analyses of environmental problems in the northern vicinities of Belize including: Little Belize Village, Sarteneja […]

Galen University Students travel to The Belize Central Prison.

Belize Central Prison Reflection

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Belize Central Prison Reflection On Wednesday March 29, 2017 two sets of classes with some overlap in students attended the Belize Central Prison trip. At least 2 times during any given academic year Miss Kendra Hoyt and Miss Sherry Gibbs take their students in the Criminal Justice Program and in the Social Problems class to […]

Caye Cualker Village Council, Residents, Galen University Adjunct Professor and Students pose for Group Photo.

Galen University students participate in field visit to Caye Caulker, Belize

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Galen University students participate in field visit to Caye Caulker On Saturday and Sunday February 4 and 5, 2017 Galen University’s Introduction to Sustainable Development, Environment and Society, and Applications of Sustainable Development Class made a field visit to Caye Cualker, Belize led by Adjunct Professor, Dr. Kenrick Williams. The purpose of the visit was […]

Introduction to Sustainable Development Travels to San Pedro

Introduction to Sustainable Development class travels to San Pedro

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Introduction to Sustainable Development Travels to San Pedro Students from Galen University in the class of Introduction to Sustainable Development, guided by professor Victor Alegria, visited Mayor Daniel Guerrero and Deputy Mayor Gary Greif as part of their learning trip to San Pedro Town. Their purpose of their trip was to learn about the daily […]