The Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) offers a ground-breaking graduate degree co-delivered by some of the nation's premiere community and learning institutions, bringing exceptional local resources to an unprecedented national partnership. AIP students take courses at a local AIP Master Institution, while sharing ideas with peer and instructors nationwide via web-based learning communities. AIP Master's candidates use inquiry not only as a tool for integrated learning, but as a powerful agent for student achievement, public engagement, and ecological stewardship... learn more...
The Global Field Program (GFP) brings Master’s degree candidates, scientists, educators, community leaders, and others together at conservation hotspots in Africa, Asia, and the Americas for firsthand experience with inquiry-driven education, environmental stewardship, and global understanding. GFP candidates join a growing network of leaders who work collaboratively to affect change in local and global contexts. This program builds on the graduate courses and environmental partnerships of Earth Expeditions. Because the GFP combines summer field courses worldwide with web learning communities, this Master's degree can be completed part-time from anywhere in the U.S. or abroad... learn more...
|Master's Program||Application Deadline|
|Global Field Program (GFP)||January 28|
|Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP)||February 28|
Note: People are encouraged to apply by each program deadline, however applications will be gladly accepted at any time.
Project Dragonfly reaches millions of people each year through inquiry-driven learning media, public exhibits, and graduate programs worldwide. Project Dragonfly is housed at Miami University, a state university in Oxford, Ohio, established in 1809. Miami, listed as one of the eight original Public Ivies, has established a long and distinguished record of excellence in teaching, research, and service.