PREHISTORY, NATURE & DOMESTICATION
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Join us in the Pyrenees!
September 6-16, 2019!
For more info on our 2019 Pyrenean Origins Tour, please call or text Patricia at 440-478-5292 or email her at Patricia@case.edu
Access to wonders only the ISO can bring you!
Our annual Pyrenees Trip is an utterly unique, custom-designed tour...
Visit Olduvai Gorge with a paleoanthropologist -cradle of humankind, where Louis and Mary Leakey unearthed the first Homo habilis and Australopithecus boisei skulls. Learn from local Maasai people who welcome you to their village and help you understand their culture and traditions. Witness the profusion of wildlife that reflects the diversity of habitats found in Ngorongoro Crater: savannas, forests, marshlands, salt pans and a freshwater lake. With abundant grass and a permanent water supply, the crater supports herds of grazing animals that, in turn, attract lion, leopard and cheetah. For more information, contact Michelle Miller at the Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at 216.368.8745 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join ISO Director and cosmologist, Dr. Glenn Starkman, for an informative escape to exotic Iceland. Explore the culture of Reykjavik, the Great Geysir, glaciers, magnificent waterfalls and ice-caps, enjoy steamy hot springs, world-class spas, magnificent malls, and art museums by day whilst awaiting one of the most spectacular electromagnetic shows nature has to offer, the Aurora Borealis, by night. Trip 1 (Jan 19-23, 2018) is already sold out. Trip 2 (Jan 26-30, 2018) has limited space remaining. Contact Michelle Miller at 216-368-8745 or email@example.com to sign up.
August 6th-20, join ISO for an unforgettable 14-day cruise through the fjord-carved coasts of the north Atlantic. In port, sample the refinement and spectacular natural beauty of the Netherlands, Scotland, Iceland, and Norway, while at sea, be immersed by ISO Director and physicist Dr. Glenn Starkman, and ISO Outreach Director and Evolutionary Biologist Dr. Patricia Princehouse in the latest thinking on the origins of the universe, and of life; evolution; particle physics; and gravitational waves. Space remains! contact Michelle Miller at 216.368.8745 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Discover the past and present of human art and culture, wild and domestic animals, and the geography they are adapted to in this small, private tour. Join a fascinating group of people for the shorter or longer version of the tour!
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