Jo Beth Mullens, Ph.D. Geography/Environmental Studies


Adventures Abroad

Keene State College Field Course in Peru 2008


Keene State College Field Course in Central Europe 2005

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Prague May 2004

In May and June of 2004 and 2005, I co-led a geography/sociology field course with Dr. Brian Green to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland.  Twelve students participated in this two week overseas adventure.  We traveled to Prague and Brno, CZ; Bratislava, Trnava and the Tatras Mountains in Slovakia; and Krakow and Auschwitz, Poland.  In out travels, we emphasized significant geographic, social, political, economic, and environmental issues in this regions.  Particular attention was given to the geographical and social issues of WWII , the environment and social problems associated with the communist period, and the efforts taken shift from a communism to democratic capitalist system.  I undertook this field course in an effort to share my knowledge of the Czech Republic with my students.  In 2002, I was a Fulbright Senior Scholar teaching in Brno, CZ. 


Other Travel & Study Adventures

Australia's Murray-Darrling River Basin and the Great Barrier Reef

China's Yangzte River and Three Gorges Dam
Morocco's High Atlas Mountains

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