Programs offered in the summer.

Poland and Czech Republic: Global Education in Central Europe

  • Visit the Prague castle and Jewish Quarter in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Explore the Kraków Cloth Hall in Lesser Poland. Kraków Cloth Hall is the central feature of the main market square in the old town
  • Enjoy the Gothic architecture at St. Mary's Basilica
  • Tour the Wawel Royal Castle and the Wieliczka Salt Mine
  • Tour the Royal Castle and visit Łazienki Park, the largest park in Warsaw
  • Visit a grammar school in Warsaw
  • Visit the Palace of Science and Culture, St. Anne’s Church, St.

Italy: Historical Anatomists of Italy

  • Start with a tour of Rome and an exciting guided tour of the Colosseum
  • Experience the Galileo Museum and a Leonardo Da Vinci Workshop in Florence
  • Explore Siena and Lucca
  • Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa with its spectacular views
  • Enjoy a visit to Museo Della Scala, one of the first Medieval hospitals
  • Visit Duomo di Siena, a Gothic-style building with works from Donatello and Michelangelo
  • Travel to Bologna for an afternoon of cultural activities
  • Enjoy a guided tour of the ancient and historic city of Bologna

Photography Study Tour- Europe 2020

We will start at Big Ben in London, move to Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, and end on the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

This photography study tour is designed to develop a global artistic perspective through a travel abroad experience. Field trips to galleries and historical sites provide opportunities to view the classics, see various architectural designs, and sample local cuisine. On our travels we develop a photo journal/themed portfolio of our experience abroad.

Society and Culture of Georgian Britain

This study abroad course explores the history, memory, and legacy of the long eighteenth century in Great Britain. On location in London, with regional excursions including to Bath, we will visit numerous historical sites including museums, industrial villages, country estates, palaces, historic homes, and other historically significant sites to assess the legacy of the people, places, and events of the Georgian period. Students will gain a solid working knowledge of British economic, political, and social institutions, as well as major events and issues during the long eighteenth century.

Health and Wellness in Iceland

This course is designed to enhance students' understanding of health, exercise, and wellness.  This faculty led program to Iceland will provide students with an in-depth look at one of the world’s healthiest populations.  This course will focus on comparing and contrasting characteristics of health, exercise, and wellness in Iceland to that of the United States.  Specific emphasis will be placed on examining aspects of exercise/recreation, nutrition, mindfulness, epidemiology, and community wellness. 

Nepal: Himalayas Geology Field Camp

Application Deadline: December 31, 2021

The metamorphic rocks north of Khudi and the major fault will be the topics of the first mapping project which is based on field observations, topographic maps, use of Brunton and other field skills. The terrain is challenging and the access is via trails.

The Second large project involves mapping of Geomorphological landforms and measuring active processes in the high altitude field area near Sundar Mountain.

Ecuador: Andes Field Camp - Volcanology and Mining Geology

Learn the fundamentals of field work and mapping while studying volcanic deposits in a classic continental volcanic arc.  The course will contain field study of several of Ecuador’s active volcanoes (including Cotopaxi and Tungurahua) as well as an introduction to the monitoring and hazard mitigation efforts of the Geophysical Institute of Ecuador. The course will also contain study of more ancient volcanic terrains, the formation of associated metal deposits and the geology of active active exploration and mining in Ecuador.

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