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Student intern helps conserve rhino population

September 30, 2013

IU sophomore Steven Kiley spent two months during this past summer in South Africa and Botswana, working to conserve rhino populations.  He worked on two game reserves through the Young Presidents’ Organization Internship Program.

Kiley and the other interns are creating a short documentary with some of the videos they collected during their time at the reserves.  Kiley hopes to persuade others to join in the fight to stop poaching and save rhinos from extinction.

Read more about Steven Kiley’s experience in the Indiana Daily Student article and The Herald-Times article.

young woman offering a baby rhino a bottle of water

One of Steven Kiley's fellow interns gives water to a baby rhino at an African game reserve. (Courtesy photo | IDS)