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5th  Greek Summer School - 2012

The  Greek Summer School is funded by the State Scholarship Foundation  - IKY, as an Erasmus Intensive Programme (Erasmus IP) 

Furthermore, we are grateful to the following contributors:

  1. The Society for Conservation Biology for offering an annual grant to students, annual membership and access to Conservation Biology
  2. The traditional settlement “tospitimas” in Papingo, providing the conference room.
  3. The traditional settlement “Rupicapra villas” in Papingo, hosting our students at low prices.
  4. The Municipality of  Zagori for offering a traditional lunch 
  5. The Center of Biological and Cultural Diversity (CBCD) for support and website hosting

4th  Greek Summer School - 2011

The  Greek Summer School is funded by the State Scholarship Foundation  - IKY, as an Erasmus Intensive Programme (Erasmus IP) 

Furthermore, we are grateful to the following contributors:

  1. The Society for Conservation Biology for offering an annual grant to students, annual membership and access to Conservation Biology
  2. The traditional settlement “tospitimas” in Papingo, providing the conference room.
  3. The traditional settlement “Rupicapra villas” in Papingo, hosting our students at low prices.
  4. The Region of Epirus for offering a lunch
  5. The Municipality of  Zagori for offering a traditional lunch in Monodentri village
  6. The Center of Biological and Cultural Diversity (CBCD) for support and website hosting

3rd  Greek Summer School - 2010

The  Greek Summer School is funded by the State Scholarship Foundation  - IKY, as an Erasmus Intensive Programme (Erasmus IP) 

Furthermore, we are grateful to the following contributors:

  1. The Society for Conservation Biology for offering an annual grant to students, annual membership and access to Conservation Biology
  2. The traditional settlement “tospitimas” in Papingo, providing the conference room.
  3. The traditional settlement “Rupicapra villas” in Papingo, hosting our students at low prices.
  4. The Prefecture of Ioannina for offering a lunch
  5. The Municipality of Central Zagori for offering a traditional lunch in Monodentri village
  6. The Center of Biological and Cultural Diversity (CBCD) for support and website hosting

 

2nd Greek Summer School - 2009 

We are grateful to the following sponsors and contributors:

  1. The Hellenic Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works, as the main donor supporting the Greek Summer School.
  2. The Prefecture of Ioannina for offering a lunch with traditional specialties in Papingo 
  3. The Mayor and the Municipality of Central Zagori for offering a traditional lunch in Monodentri village.  
  4. The Members of the European Section of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB-Europe) volunteering to teach.
  5. The scientists from the University of Ioannina, and the Center of Biological & Cultural Diversity volunteering to hold the field sessions.
  6. The Laboratory of Ecology & Biodiversity Conservation (Dep. of Environmental & Natural Resources Management of University of Ioannina) and the Center of Biological & Cultural Diversity for providing equipment and web site hosting.

1st Greek Summer School - 2008 

We are grateful to the following sponsors and contributors:

  1. The Hellenic Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works, as the main donor supporting the Greek Summer School.
  2. The Prefecture of Ioannina for offering a lunch with traditional specialties in Papingo 
  3. The Mayor and the Municipality of Central Zagori for offering a traditional lunch in Monodentri village. 
  4. The Members of the European Section of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB-Europe) volunteering to teach.
  5. The scientists from the University of Ioannina, and the Center of Biological & Cultural Diversity volunteering to hold the field sessions.
  6. The Laboratory of Ecology & Biodiversity Conservation (Dep. of Environmental & Natural Resources Management of University of Ioannina) and the Center of Biological & Cultural Diversity for providing equipment and web site hosting.
  7. The traditional settlement “Pantheon” in Papingo, providing the conference room.

 

 

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Important Dates

  •     09 January 2012: Registration opens
  •     15 March 2012: Registration closes
  •     15 April 2012: Announcement of participants
  •     24 June 2012: Arrival in Ioannina
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