From: General Student E-Memo (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Thu Feb 11 2010 - 22:10:20 MST
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 22:10:20 -0700 (MST) From: General Student E-Memo <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Study Abroad Global Seminars - availability for Summer 2010: Applications due March 1
TO: Select CU Students
FROM: Office of International Education, Study Abroad Programs
SUBJECT: Study Abroad Global Seminars - availability for Summer 2010: Applications due March 1
Study Abroad Programs is pleased to announce that there is still available space on several of our Summer 2010 Global Seminars. The application deadline for these programs is March 1; to begin an application, please visit the Study Abroad Programs office in the basement of the ENVD building (walk-in advising 9-5, M-F; no appointment necessary).
Global Seminars at CU-Boulder are a unique study abroad opportunity in which CU-Boulder professors lead thematic summer programs at specific study sites worldwide. Ranging from Iceland to South Africa, they allow students of all majors to explore a host of academic subjects outside the traditional classroom setting.
The following Global Seminars are accepting applications until March 1:
Art in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona):
Open to all majors, this unique Global Seminar based in Madrid with visits to Granada and Barcelona offers unforgettable insights into Spanish art and culture, from Goya to the present, in 5 weeks. Led by Frances Charteris, the course includes visits to museums and architectural sites; photography and film are covered, as well as flamenco and bullfighting. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=ArtSpainGlobalSeminar or contact Sylvie Burnet-Jones at Sylvie.Burnet-Jones@Colorado.EDU.
Contemporary Nordic Culture & Society in Iceland:
All majors welcome! Earn 3 upper-division credits and fulfill your A&S "Contemporary Studies" core requirement. This program is taught and led by Dr. Helga Luthers in CU's Nordic Studies program (and Iceland native). Great excursions in and around Reykjavik. Condensed program allows for travel before & after: July 25-August 6, 2010. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=Iceland or contact Cindy Kraft at Cindy.Kraft@Colorado.EDU.
The Cradle of European Jewish Culture in Venice, Italy:
Spend three weeks and earn three credits exploring Venice and nearby regions of Italy! This program covers the development of Jewish culture in Venice from the middle ages to the present day with CU-Boulder Professor Robert Adler Peckerar. Explore this citta degli ebrei (the city of the Jews) and venture outside of Venice with overnight excursions to Piedmont and Trieste. Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA and sophomore standing to be eligible to apply. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=VeniceGlobalSeminar or contact Kirstin Bebell at Kirstin.Bebell@Colorado.EDU.
Engineering for Developing Communities in Haifa, Israel:
Students spend 4 weeks analyzing community needs and designing functional community resources (i.e. water pump, solar power, etc.) in rural communities alongside Israeli students from the Technion in Haifa. 3.0 GPA, Junior Standing, Background in Engineering Design Courses required. Led by Professor Bernard Amadei of Civil Engineering. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=TechnionGlobalSeminar or contact Sarah Westmoreland at Sarah.Westmoreland@Colorado.EDU.
Historic and Contemporary Barcelona, Spain:
Spend three weeks exploring Barcelona's fabulous architecture, museums and important historical sites. This 3-week, 3-credit program covers a wide variety of humanities and social sciences topics while exploring Spain with CU-Boulder Professor Tom Zeiler. Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA and sophomore standing to be eligible to apply. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=BarcelonaHCGlobalSeminar or contact Kirstin.Bebell@Colorado.EDU.
Reconciliation & Diversity in South Africa:
Reconciliation and Diversity is a Maymester program led by Professor Alphonse Keasley. Experience the post-apartheid reconciliation process in South Africa first-hand with visits to museums and guest lecturers in and around Johannesburg and Cape Town. For more information, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=Reconciliation or contact Cloud Baffour at Cloud.Baffour@Colorado.EDU.
For more information on CU-Boulder study abroad programs, please visit http://studyabroad.colorado.edu.
Nate and the Study Abroad Programs team
Study Abroad Programs
University of Colorado at Boulder
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