A Trip Down the Amazon and Tapajós Rivers
Taking a boat from the confluence of the Amazon and Tapajós Rivers, winding through a thick rainforest canopy, there are multitudes of wildlife in all directions. Primates dangle from trees, colorful birds take flight, and vibrant tropical vegetation surrounds. There is the buzzing of insects, murmur of the river, and rustling of leaves, all sounds that make up the unique symphony of the rainforest.+ READ MORE
Shedding Layers in Tanzania
This guest post comes from Professor Joseph Miller. Originally intended to…+ READ MORE
Winter Break in Ghana (2 of 4): Is this helping?
This 4-part blog was produced by WVU service-learning students over…+ READ MORE