The showing of this documentary will be hosted by the MSC visual Arts Committee and MSC Aggie Cinema. and Jordan will be supporting the program. It’s important that Jordan Committee members attend this and show support for our fellow MSC committees.
Every year, the MSC L.T. Jordan Fellows publicly present their internationally conducted research, highlighting their personal experiences while being immersed in a foreign culture.
With partial funding provided by the MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness, Camille Goblet traveled to the Chaco region of Paraguay on July 2- July 16, 2017, to conduct physical exams and collect samples for various health parameters on Chacoan and white-lipped peccaries, an endangered species native to the region.
Jordan Committee members should have received an email about it. Don’t forget to sign up!