Please remember we have two exciting opportunities for our students who wish to expand their horizons by studying abroad this summer! Note that for each of the following courses, the standard application is due at the Office for International Education is next week on MARCH 1st!
At the bottom of this email you’ll find some useful information about financing the trip.
Three-week course, May 24-June 11
3-cr, may be used towards HUM STUD Other Culture/Category III, or elective, HISTORY Category III or elective, and GEN ED World Cultures. For HUM DEV credit, please contact Jill White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course will introduce you to the history, culture and society of Jordan. You will take an active role in Your education by using the Country of Jordan as you classroom and engaging with local through service learning projects. Upon successful completion of the course you will understand the significant role Jordan plays in complex Middle Eastern and global politics, understand differences between governmental and non-governmental agencies pertaining to childhood and adolesecense, and be able to function competently, confidently, and independently in a different culture. This course will be taught by Professor Heidi Sherman (Humanistic Studies ) and Professor Jill White (Human Development).
Londinopolis: Society & Culture in Britain’s Capitol (London!)
Three-week course, May 21-June 11
3-cr, may be used towards HUM STUD elective, HISTORY Category II or elective, and GEN ED World Cultures.
In this course, the events, movements, and ideas that transformed London will serve as the backdrop for our exploration of the city, past and present. Caroline Boswell and Christopher Martin have teamed up to provide you with a bit of everything – we’ll look into the culture, intellectual and political history, art, literature, science and wars that have shaped London. We’ve also built considerable time into the schedule for you all to explore London on your own. It promises to be a learning experience like no other.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
- To be eligible for Summer Financial Aid, students are required to enroll for a minimum of six credits.
- In order to satisfy the six-credit requirement for Summer Financial Aid, you may be able to include an Independent Study! An independent study may be taken with the professors teaching the summer course, or with another professor at UWGB who is willing to work with you over the summer.
- There is an additional $165 application fee, due with the application. Please know that if you are turned down for financial aid or if the course does not run the vast bulk of this fee will be returned to you.
- A payment plan will be established to help make this program easier to enjoy.
Please email me at email@example.com if you have any additional questions!