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    Savier Morales ’21 takes sound samples while aboard COA’s research vessel Osprey during a recent excursion with his Human Ecology Core Course.

    The Core course, taken by all first-year COA students, helps build a community of learners that explore human ecology - the the interdisciplinary study of the relationships between humans and their natural and cultural environments - from the perspectives of the arts, humanities, and sciences, both in and outside the classroom.
    #collegelife #studentlife #onthewater #boats #boating #waterfront #campus #ontheocean #oceanlife #marineresearch #interdisciplinary #experiential #lifechanging #worldchanging #collegeoftheatlantic #fallterm #photocred: Junesoo Shin ’21.
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  • Hi Anon!

    John Anderson is the faculty member students work with who want to go into medicine. He teaches in zoology, ecology, and animal behavior. You can find out more about the courses he teaches and others that align with a pre-med track on the field ecology & natural history section of the website.

    Students will also take courses across the humanities to understand the roles health and wellness play in culture and society.

 

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