If your academic calendar does not permit you to study abroad during the fall or spring semester, you may want to consider a short-term faculty-led program. The College offers a variety of faculty-led study abroad programs that typically last between one and three weeks, during May-term or spring break. These short-term journeys usually focus on a particular interest or subject area. However, most are open to all students, regardless of your major. These cross-cultural experiences will enhance your education and may provide you with academic credit. Click on the links below to learn more about the upcoming programs. Stay tuned for more information as the program dates approach!
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|Gambia||Dr. Kurt DeGoede||"Field Research in The Gambia"||
|South Africa||Dr. Michael Roy||"Peace and Conflict in South Africa"||TBD|
|Japan||Dr. Mahua Bhattacharya||"Discovering Contemporary Japan: A Three Week Cultural Immersion Experience"||May 2021|
|Vietnam||Dr. Daniel Panchik and Dr. Terri Dennehy||"Understanding the Child and Family Welfare System in Vietnam: Children in Orphanage Care"||May 2021|
|Czech Republic||Dr. Sean Melvin & Dr. Dmitriy Krichevskiy||"Entrepreneurship in the Emerging Economies"||Spring Break 2021|
|England||Dr. Tara Moore||"Regional Writers of England"||May 2021|
|England and Northern Ireland||Dr. Rachel Finley-Bowman, Dr. Shannon Haley-Mize, Mrs. Wendy Bellew||"Peace Education and Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland and U.S."||TBD|
|Ireland and Northern Ireland||Dr. Kathy Hughes||"Ireland in Text and Image"||May 2022|
|Switzerland||Dr. Sanjay Paul||"International Organizations: United Nations, European Union, and the World Trade Organization"||May 2021|
|Washington, DC, USA||Professor Jean-Paul Benowitz||"The Politics of Historic Preservation"||May 2021|