Participate in ongoing research
The Cape Eleuthera Institute can offer college and university students a unique chance to participate directly in ongoing research while being immersed in a unique and dynamic environment. Because of our location in The Bahamas and eco-friendly campus, courses can focus on topics ranging from basic marine ecology to integrated coastal management and sustainable design.
Staff at the Cape Eleuthera Institute can assist in the facilitation of courses linked directly to a set undergraduate or graduate curriculum or work with interested professors to tailor a program to suit their interests. In some cases, courses can be accredited through host institutions and co-instructed by our resident scientists.
Undergraduate and graduate level courses range in length from one to three weeks, with programs of a lengthier duration providing opportunities to be directly involved in ongoing research initiatives at the Cape Eleuthera Institute.
- Carleton University
- University of Illinois
- Monmouth University
- Grand Rapids Community College
- Trinity College School
- University of Iceland
- Stonybrook University
- University of Exeter
- University of Maine
- Williams College
- Hope College
- Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
- University of Southern California
- University of Texas at Austin
- Nova Southeastern University