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Mission

The mission of the Center for Global Field Study is to facilitate and provide field-based educational, research, and outreach opportunities for students and professionals from the University of Washington and partnering institutions around the world in areas relating to global health and the environment at the human-environment interface.

Core Services Offered

Providing international field-based training/research/outreach opportunities for UW students and professionals. Providing field-based training/research/outreach opportunities for students and professionals in foreign countries. Assisting with and consulting on initiatives to expand UW's study abroad capacity.

Funding Information:

Department of Psychology (2% salary support for Center Director, Kyes), 2010-2011

Reporting Structure:

Sheri Mizumori, Chair, Department of Psychology, with close
consultation with the Vice Provost for Global Affairs

Related UW Entities:

College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Department of Biology, Department of Global Health, Jackson School of International Studies, College of the Environment, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, School of Forest Resources, Evans School of Public Affairs, Global Health Resource Center, Global Support Project, International Field Study Program, International Programs and Exchanges, Office of Global Affairs, Office of Risk Management, Program on the Environment, School of Law, UW Educational Outreach, UW-inSPIRE (Psych), Washington National Primate Research Center, UW Bothell, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Tacoma, International Programs, Urban Studies Program

Center Details

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Director: Kyes, Randy
Location: Gerberding Hall, Office of Global Affairs
Year Started: 2009
Administrator / Program Manager: Jorelle, Lauren
Administering College/School: College of Arts & Sciences 
P.I. Home Department: Department Psychology 
Faculty Involvement: 17