Abi started to work with ICADS this year, and in this post she shares her experience taking photos in our programs.
October 31th is Halloween in the United States, and Costa Rica has its way to celebrate it. Since 1996, Costa Rican government declared October 31st, National Mascaradas’ Day… But what are mascaradas?
What does carbon neutrality really mean in a country like Costa Rica? Read about it here!
COVID-19 has impacted the world, Costa Rica, and of course ICADS. In this blog post we reflect on how we are dealing with this situation as a country and as a study abroad institution. Enjoy the reading!
October 12 °. It is not a date to celebrate, but to reflect....Why??
Gaby García, our Spanish coordinator, shares with us 10 reasons why you should come to Cost Rica and learn this amazing language here!
March 3rd is World Wildlife Day and for this day, Field Program professor David Norman tells us his experience working on a field guide for one Costa Rican national park.
Field Program professor David Norman worked and lived in Paraguay in the 90's. Last July he went back and he shares his experience here!
In the framework of the 25th of November, in which we demand the cessation of violence against women, ICADS speaker Kattia Castro proposes in this article to give evidence toward the prevalence of significantly pernicious imaginaries related to the normalization of violence, which impedes it being unmasked and transformed.