Jan Term 2020 Travel Courses

Jan Term 2020 Travel Courses are listed below.  

NOTICE: STUDENTS WHO ARE ATTENDING SMC ON A PART TIME BASIS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THEY WILL BE CHARGED TUITION OF $5,908 IN ADDITION TO THE COURSE TRAVEL FEE.

 

 

Walking in the Footsteps of the Early Christians, Then and Now: a Faith Pilgrimage from a Global Perspective [Rome & Italy]- Taught by David Gentry-Akin

 

DIRTy Work in the Brazilian Amazon: Documenting a Community's Next Steps - Taught by Shawny Anderson

 

Lasallian Service Internship II (LSI II) [Various International Locations]- Taught by Michael Barram

 

Environmental and Cultural Characteristics of Nepal and Singapore- Taught by Carla Bossard and Roy Wensley

 

Sport for Social Inclusion Costa Rica- Taught by Velina Brackebusch

 

Lasallian Service Internship I (LSI I) [Various Domestic Locations]- Taught by Carrie Davis

 

New Zealand: Using Natural Resources for Physical Activity- Taught by Robin Dunn and Chi-Ann Emhoff

 

Rwanda Rising: Leadership & Peacemaking- Taught by Ryan Lamberton and Samantha Coon

 

Creative Geniuses or Hard Workers: Innovation Insights from South Korea- Taught by Yung Jae Lee and Tina Zhang

 

Endangered Australia: Wildlife and Culture- Taught by Derek Marks

 

Sundance Film Festival [Park City, Utah]- Taught by Virginia McCarthy

 

BREXIT: DEAL OR NO DEAL? STUDYING THE IMPACT OF BRITAIN'S EXIT FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION ON TRADE AND ECONOMY [London and Edinburgh, UK]- Taught by Natasha Munshi

 

Religion & Culture in India- Taught by Norris Palmer

 

Engaging Christian Art: Italy & France- Taught by Thomas Poundstone

 

Transnational Mexico- Taught by Alvaro Ramirez

 

The Place of the University: Oxford [UK]- Taught by Colin Redemer

 

Parks and Rack (Public Parks and the Wine Country of Northern California)- Taught by Craig Riordan

 

Doing Business in Japan: A Cultural and Cross-Generational Study- Taught by Paul Stich and Bill Slavin

 

Ecology of Southern African Savannas, Woodlands, and Wetlands [Botswana]- Taught by Steve Takata