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Ocean students dive into the mysteries of the Red Sea
This past December eight Dalhousie Marine Biology and Ocean Sciences students skipped their holiday break to travel to Eilat, Israel and learn about this unique environment in person.
Thanks to the Schulich Ocean Studies Centre — an initiative between Dalhousie and the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences (IUI) in Eilat — the students could take a field course taught at IUI for a full credit toward their undergraduate degrees. While the course is open to students at several Israeli universities, Dalhousie is the only Canadian university involved.
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