The Study Abroad Fair last week had a great turnout and many students had an additional chance to speak with program representatives about their study abroad opportunities.

J-Term 2014 courses also were announced:

UST

  • Introduction to Art History in London (first-year students only) – program directors: Craig Eliason and Heather Shirey, University of St. Thomas
  • Philosophy of the Human Person in Hawaii – program directors: Greg Coulter and Michael Winter, University of St. Thomas
  • Regional Geology and Geological Field Methods – program directors: Geology faculty, University of St. Thomas
  • Ethnicity, Multiculturalism and Globalization in Cuban Society – program directors: Donald Miller and Sonia Rey-Montejo, University of St. Thomas
  • Real Estate Market Analysis and Development Planning: Grand Cayman – program directors: Tom and Sharon Hamilton, University of St. Thomas
  • Introduction to Field Research in Costa Rica – program directors: Adam Kay and Tony Lewno, University of St. Thomas
  • Pilgrimage in Italy: The Christian Experience from the Early Church to the Catholic Reformation – program director: Steven McMichael, University of St. Thomas
  • Risk Management and Insurance in London – program directors: Thorsten Moenig and Peter Young, University of St. Thomas
  • Theology 101 in Rome (first-year students only) – program directors: Massimo Faggioli and Michael Hollerich, University of St. Thomas

UMAIE

  • Gender, Race, Class and Mass Media – program directors: Bernard Armada and Mark Neuzil, University of St. Thomas
  • Intermediate Spanish II, Spanish Oral Expression and Culture, and Business Spanish – program directors: Shirley Nieto-Flores and Michael Scham, University of St. Thomas
  • Islam in Turkey – program directors: Adil Ozdemir and Halise Ozdemir, University of St. Thomas
  • Hawaii: Multicultural Communication in Diverse Organizations – program directors: Debra Petersen and Tim Scully, University of St. Thomas
  • The Treasures of Paris and the Ile de France: Patrimoine National or World Heritage? – program directors: Stephanie Lohse and Ashley Shams, University of St. Thomas
  • Mathematics and Mechanics of Byzantine, Greek, Roman and Islamic Architecture – program directors: Michael Hennessey and Cheri Shakiban, University of St. Thomas
  • Religions and Culture in the Villages of India – program directors: Barbara Sain and Ted Ulrich, University of St. Thomas
  • Archeology and History in Rome – program directors: Ivancica and Thomas Schrunk, University of St. Thomas
  • The Greek Connection: Embracing Transcultural Caring in Ancient and Modern Greece
  • Education and Health Care Systems in Tanzania
  • Doing Business with 21st Century China: Opportunities and Challenges
  • India’s Religious Heritage
  • Intersections of Social Health Determinants and Women’s Daily Lives on Maternal and Child Health in India
  • The China Experience: Trans-Cultural View of Rehabilitation Medicine
  • The Political Economy of Thailand
  • West Meets East: United States Cross-Cultural Encounters with Japan
  • Astronomy in the South Pacific
  • British Writers and the Woman Question
  • Chile 2014: Land of Contrasts
  • Cultural Psychology in Northeast Brazil
  • Discovering the Origins of Evolutionary Thought: Charles Darwin, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
  • From the Andes to the Sea: Intercultural Communication in Ecuador

Co-Sponsored

  • American University in Cairo: Winter Session
  • HECUA: Bangladesh: Development and Community
  • Arcadia: Australia: The Power of the Australian Summer
  • AIFS: England: Richmond, The American International University in London
  • AIFS: France: University of Paris IV, Cours de Civilisation Francaise de la Sorbonne
  • AIFS: Italy: Richmond in Florence
  • AIFS: Spain: University of Granada
  • CC-CS: Spanish in Sevilla
  • CIEE: International Business (Seville and Rabat)
  • Goethe Institut German Language (Multiple Sites)
  • IES: Dublin: Acting – Intensive Conservatory Training
  • IES: Rome: From Pontius Pilate to Theodosius: The Advent of Christianity
  • AIFS: Costa Rica: Veritas University
  • HECUA: Ecuador: Social and Political Transformation
  • IES: Santiago, Chile: Health Studies