Science Matters

Science Matters

In Science Matters, the SAJournal explores the new and dynamic programs and progress in science and international education.

Whereas study abroad was once viewed as unique to the humanities, with language acquisition as a key area, and social sciences increasing significant, the sciences have often been overlooked. However, science has indeed been a part of study abroad for a very long time, particularly in terms of education abroad and international education at the Master's and PhD levels.

Science Matters looks at the matter of science through micro and macro perspectives...

Study abroad at the Bachelor level is progressive area of increasing interest...

Originally from the University of Sydney, Australian scientist Raymond Ritchie has extensive international education experience, including Cornell University in the US.

Professor Raymond Ritchie heads up Study Abroad Journal Research and Science Department "Science Matters" and serves as the Journal's assistant editor.

Read more about this outstanding researcher on his WHO WE ARE page

Science Matters - Exploring the frontiers of science in international education and study abroad in the following areas:

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • International Health
  • Medical Sciences
  • Scientific Research and Publication
  • Tropical Plant Biology

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Photos and Story by our Editor in Chief, Dr. Steven Martin

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Tiputini – The Jewel of the Amazon was written in support of the Tiputini Biodiversity Station located deep in the Amazon Rainforest at the Yasuni National Park and Biosphere Reserve and managed by the Universidad San Francisco de Quito.