Science is a global effort  

Eiffel Tower

Science has been conducted on a global scale ever since naturalists began accompanying traders and explorers on their expeditions. Today it is almost expected that scientists will collaborate with international colleagues. Even though we are located in rural south Georgia the faculty in the Department of Biology continue this tradition of global engagement.

International Research Projects and Collaborations

  • Bergstrom - Kenya
  • Chambers - Tahiti
  • Gannon - France
  • Grove - Antarctica, England
  • Kang - South Korea, India, France, Germany
  • Nienow - Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, India, Russia, Spain

  • Carter - Canada, England, Mexico
  • Ring - England, Japan
  • Uyeno - Canada, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand

                                                                                   Antartica TJG

Presentations at International Scientific Conferences

Christ Church, Oxford

Gannon - Rio De Janeiro, Brazil;  Oxford, England; Croissy-sur-Seine and Versailles, France; Sapporo, Japan; Capetown, South Africa; Daegu, Korea

Jones - London, England; Istanbul, Turkey         

Nienow - Quebec, Canada

Grove - Brighton, England, Edinburgh, Scotland                               

Uyeno - Calgary and Vancouver, Canada; Southampton, England 

Carter - Durango, Mexico

Kang - Seoul, South Korea

Turco - Montreal, Canada

Our International Faculty

Italy flag  Calestani – Italy                               United Kingdom flag  Fort – United Kingdom
South Korea flag Kang – South Korea                               Canadian flag  Uyeno – Canada
  India Flag  Lokdarshi - India

Our International Graduate Students

Fifi Agyabeng-Dadzie

Ghana Flag   Ghana

Arjun Adhikar
Adarsh Gopinath
Heera Malik
Samreen Siddiqui
Darshi Patel

India Flag   India
Sofia Sucar Argentina Flag   Argentina
K.C. Pramir
Namrata Bhandari
Nepal Flag   Nepal

Emily Evans
Miracle Mgbeahuruike

Belize Flag   Belize

Daniel Rincon Diaz

    Columbia Flag      Columbia

Study Abroad Courses Led by Department

Ireland Castle


Costa Rica monkey 

                             Costa Rica

 International Visiting Professors

Australia kangaroos

                      Joan Kent – Australia

University of the West of Scotland

                Richard Thacker, Scotland, UK