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Study Abroad Information Session: Summer 2018 Liberal Arts Faculty-Led Programs

Make the most of your summer by studying abroad and earning academic credits on a Liberal Arts faculty-led summer study abroad program. Join the Summer Study Abroad Information Session to learn about the incredible opportunities that await you!

*Get information about Liberal Arts enrichment funding, financial aid and the application process

*Hear from enthusiastic study abroad alumni about their experiences abroad

*Speak with faculty leaders from the 12 Liberal Arts summer study abroad programs around the world and learn which program is best for you


Study Abroad Programs include:

  • Dutch Criminal Justice System | Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Excavation, Survey and GIS, Conservation/Public Archaeology, Archaeological Sciences and Community Outreach | Tel Akko, Israel
  • French Language Studies | Besançon, France
  • Intercultural Communication | Vienna, Austria
  • Italian Language, Art History, and Culture | Todi, Italy
  • Italian Language and Culture | Reggio Calabria, Italy
  • Literary London | London, England
  • Representing the Irish Landscape, Literature and Visual Arts | Dublin, Ireland
  • Spanish Language, Art and Mexican Culture | Puebla, Mexico
  • Spanish Language and Culture | Ronda, Spain
  • Study Tour of Roman History and Archaeology | Rome, Italy

Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm

104 Thomas Building




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