Don't forget: May Term registration for an on-campus course is Monday, November 21! 

Click here to see the list of May Term 2017 on-campus courses.

"The truly great advances of this generation will be made by those who can make outrageous connections, and only a mind which knows how to play can do that." - Nagle Jackson

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for joining us for the May Term 2017 Travel Fair! 

 

2017 May Term Travel Courses 

  • Environmental Studies 270/Political Science 270: The Greening of Great Britain: Environmental Sustainability Past, Present and Future (AV Gen Ed credit, ES major/minor elective) See attached flyer
    • This May Term Travel Course to England, Scotland, and Wales, provides a transatlantic perspective on environmental sustainability. In it, we explore our attitudes and impacts on the environment, where they come from, and what to do to live sustainably. We begin in London, visiting the grand gardens and palaces of the British monarchy, head north to a Yorkshire coal mine, and proceed to the Scottish highlands for a week at Aigas Field Study Centre; here past and present merge, as we explore contemporary environmental policy and restoration work through field study. We go next to the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) in Wales, where we measure our personal ecological footprint and learn about alternative technologies and social endeavors towards sustainability. The class wraps up in London, exploring the city's environmental policies, green architecture,and NGO activism, and considering what effects Britain's exit from the EU may have on sustainability. Led by Prof. Abigail Jahiel and Prof. Tom Lutze. Cost of trip: $5465.
  • Greek and Roman Studies 307/Art 307: The Art and Archaeology of Greek Myth (ART Gen Ed credit) See attached flyer
    • Myths and rituals constitute the religion of ancient Greece, and are expressed art, monuments, and in writing. The culture, ideas, and values imparted through the varied expressions of Greek myths influenced Western thought in a profound and lasting way. In this course we will study the intimate relationship between myth, art history, and culture of ancient Greece. Led by Prof. Nancy Sultan and Prof. Amy Coles. Cost of trip: $4650.

 

 2016 May Term Photo Contest: Congratulations to the following students! 

 

2014 May Term Report