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Upcoming study abroad locations

House in Thailand

Global change, community, and families in Thailand

Spring 2018/Summer 2018
Instructors: Cathy Solheim

The two components of this course are a Fall B-term class(3/19/2018 – 5/6/2018) on campus and winter break (5/15/2018 - 6/9/2018) spent in Thailand.

This interdisciplinary course uses a human ecological lens and a sustainability studies framework to examine global change that is occurring at the intersection of the natural environment in Thailand; particularly rivers and water, community, families, and culture. Students will contribute through service learning to the social change work that is being enacted through key non-governmental organizations in Thailand.

South Korean lanterns

Taste of South Korea: Culture, Language, and Education, South Korea

Spring 2018/Summer 2018
Instructors: Marina Aleixo, program director, International Initiatives, CEHD

The two components of this course are a Fall B-term class(3/19/2018 – 5/6/2018) on campus and winter break (8/2/2018 - 8/23/2018) spent in Korea.

This course takes a systematic look at different aspects of the Korean culture, language, and educational system. The course will examine the historical background of Korea, its international status, and current social, political and educational policies.

Italian city buildings

Great Minds of the Renaissance; Italy

Spring 2018/Summer 2018
Instructors: Associate Professor Laura Coffin Koch

The two components of this course are a Fall B-term class(3/19/2018 – 5/6/2018) on campus and winter break (5/15/2018 - 6/19/2018) spent in Italy.

The Great Minds of the Renaissance course focuses on the development of scientific thought and the great minds behind those ideas; it delves into the intersection of scientific ideas with art, culture, religion, politics, etc. In doing so, it also covers a wide range of general or liberal education objectives.