May Term

May Term 2019

 

Enrollment in May Term 2019 Travel Courses is now closed.   

 

 Registration for May Term 2019 On-Campus Courses: Monday, November 19, 2018

"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

Painting
Curricular Experimentation
allows students to approach traditional subject matter in nontraditional ways or to examine concepts and issues not part of the standard curriculum.
Professor Furlong and a dog
Crossing Traditional Boundaries
challenges students to consider ideas from many perspectives in courses taught by faculty from several disciplines or professions.
Students in class
Student/Faculty Collaboration
enables students to pursue individually selected topics under the direction of a faculty member or to engage in collaborative research with professors.
Professor Pam Muirhead
Intellectual Transformation
occurs in courses that are once-in-a-lifetime experiences designed to expose students to new cultures or to encourage them to develop a critical perspective on familiar ideas.
Alex Monzon
Service and Internships
allow students to apply their knowledge in the local community or at sites as far away as Hong Kong.
 

 

May Term 2019 Approved Travel Courses:

FIS 360: Brexit  with Professors Jaime Peters and David Willis [London (7 days), Dublin (6 days)].  $5150.00

HLTH 310/NUR 390:  Transcultural Healthcare in Hawaii  with Professors Noel Kerr and Amy Funk. [Students visit three islands over 3-weeks; Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii (The "Big Island").]  $5696.00

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Previous Travel Courses:

May Term 2018

 

May Term 2017

  • ES/PSCI 270: The Greening of Great Britain: Environmental Sustainability Past, Present and Future (AV Gen Ed credit, ES major/minor elective) See attached flyerThis 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. 
  • GRS/ART 307: The Art and Archaeology of Greek Myth (ART Gen Ed credit) See attached flyerMyths and rituals constitute the religion of ancient Greece, and are expressed art, monuments, and in writing.