Published: Feb. 15, 2022 By

Are you looking for a way to expand your global horizons this summer without needing a passport? CU in D.C. is now accepting applications for two new programs this May.

Plus, both CU in D.C. Maymester programs will join together for a networking event where you’re guaranteed to make professional connections with local CU alumni. 

Two students in front of the Lincoln Memorial

Two CU students in front of the Lincoln Memorial

Students pose for a photo in the Senate Chamber

CU students in the Senate Chamber

Global Seminar: CU in D.C. – Our Sustainable Future                                                 

 Washington, D.C. May 7–28, 2022  Apply by March 1

Transform into a sustainable leader in this three-week highly experiential course in the nation’s capital, exploring the intersections of environmental sustainability, engineering and business, and how you can affect positive change. 

Learn from Michael Readey, an expert with more than 30 years of industry and academic experience in sustainable technology. Hear from numerous guest speaker industry experts and entrepreneurs, and organizations such as the EPA, NASA and Audubon Naturalist Society. Also, explore all that D.C. has to offer, from the Smithsonians to the pandas at the zoo! 

Earn 3 credits that are approved for engineering management, engineering tech elective, business elective, business CESR or other credits. Check the Education Abroad website for a full list of approvals. CU also has significant scholarship opportunities available for this program. All students with demonstrated financial need will be awarded a scholarship.

Global Seminar: CU in D.C. – Science Policy 

 Washington, D.C. May 7–28, 2022  Apply by March 1

Is law and policy more your thing? 

CU in D.C. offers a science policy course every Maymester. You’ll interact with professionals who create science policy in the U.S. and explore topics such as science funding and science careers. The course includes visits with policymakers on Capitol Hill, interaction with scientific societies and organizations in the D.C. metro area, and visits to significant science labs at organizations such as the Department of Energy and National Institutes of Health. 

Apply now

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to continue working on your CU degree while helping make a difference in the world. Reach out to the Education Abroad office to apply. Your part in our sustainable future awaits!