The mission of the Center for Global Field Study is to facilitate and provide field-based research, training, and outreach education opportunities for students and professionals from the University of Washington and partnering institutions around the world in areas relating to environmental and global health – at the human-environment interface.
Core Services Offered
The Center for Global Field Study provides: 1) international field-based research, training, and outreach education opportunities for UW students and professionals; 2) provides field-based research, training, and outreach education opportunities for students and professionals in foreign countries; and 3) assists with and consults on initiatives to expand UW’s study abroad capacity and global exchange.
Department of Psychology (2% salary support for Center Director, Kyes) 2010-present
Chair of the Department of Psychology in close consultation with the Director of the Washington National Primate Research Center.
Related UW Entities
College of Arts and Sciences: Department of Psychology; Department of Anthropology; Department of Biology
College of the Environment: School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, School of Forest Resources
Evans School of Public Policy & Governance
Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
International Field Study Program
Office of Global Affairs
Office of Risk Management
Program on the Environment
School of Law
School of Medicine: Department of Global Health; Global Health Resource Center
UW Educational Outreach
Washington National Primate Research Center
UW Bothell: Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
UW Tacoma: International Programs, Urban Studies Program
More than 50 international partners from Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Dem. Rep. of Congo, India, Indonesia, Laos, Mexico, Nepal, Taiwan, and Thailand.