Rowan geography/anthropology students document summer studies abroad online

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Rowan University geography and anthropology students and faculty members are traveling the world this summer and are diligently sharing their experiences via the world wide Web.

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Rowan University geography and anthropology students and faculty members are traveling the world this summer and are diligently sharing their experiences via the world wide Web.

On a Web site titled Rowan University Discovers, visitors can read web postings and view photos of the students' studies abroad.

Three of the courses?Rowan University Discovers Europe, Rowan Discovers the American National Parks, and Rowan Discovers French Polynesia, New Zealand and Australia?are being taught by Professor Denyse Lemaire.

Another course, Rowan University Discovers Chile/Peru Adventure, is taught by Professor Maria Rosado. Students in that course are examining human remains from the Diaguita culture in the physical anthropology lab in the history/art museum in La Serena, Chile.

To access the sites or to learn more about their work, visit: http://www.rowan.edu/colleges/las/departments/geography/rudiscovers/

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