International Programs

Photo: Student on a zipline in Benito Juarez ecovillage, Mexico.

The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences strives to provide its students with an international curriculum and opportunities for educational experiences abroad. We have made it a priority to ensure that our students have the background and experience to work in a world made smaller by the internet, and for organizations and companies that have become increasingly multinational.

2013-2015 Biennial Theme: Global Health

The new university-wide international programming theme for the next 2 years will be on Global Health. A great many of our programs would easily fall into this theme and thus can be highlighted and advertised across the university under this program. Along with faculty, students are encouraged to participate and apply. Proposed activities will receive financial support and will be part of this university-wide endeavor. Application deadline is June 10, 2013.

Rutgers Research Program Teaches Undergraduates that Scientific Inquiry Goes Beyond Borders

In China, Finland and New Jersey, students experiment with microbes, chemicals and culture. Read More »


If you have questions or need more information, please contact:

Mukund Karwe
Dean of International Programs
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Food Science Bldg., Rm. 221

Megan Francis
Assistant Dean
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Foran Hall, Rm. 306

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