ERM 499

Antarctica: Human Impacts on a Fragile Environment

Penn State students to explore Antarctica!

Penn State Environmental Resource Management students embark on a two-week exploration of Antarctica as part of a new, co-partnered embedded 3 credit course in Spring 2024. Students will explore famous sites such as the Beagle Channel, Antarctic Peninsula, and Cape Horn to see wildlife, icebergs, coves, inlets, islands and bays.

Social Media

Trip Acknowledgements

AUIP Study Abroad


Trip Map

Acknowledgements: On behalf of the college and the ERM 499 Antarctica-trip faculty Drs. Rob and Tammy Shannon, thank you Andrew Maynard for use of your photography above. Also, a big thank you to Albatros Expeditions for use of your voyage map, AUIP logo, and photography resources as well. We look forward to our partnership as we venture abroad this coming academic year!