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Faculty Led Courses Abroad

2018-2019 Albright Faculty-Led Programs
 Albright Faculty-Led Programs-Albright professors often lead programs abroad during the January interim session, spring break or summer sessions. We especially encourage students with high financial need to consider a faculty-led study abroad program. Scholarships and other special funding may be available. To find out about current faculty-led programs and funding possibilities, please contact Kim Justeson. Upcoming trips include:

Interim 2019 Courses:

-Comparative Cultures in Ecuador: Earn Credits for one of the following: Sociology (SOC 295), Spanish (SPA395) or Global Connections. For more information contact Dr. Seesengood rseesengood@albright.edu, Dr. Koosed jkoosed@albright.edu or visit:http://faculty.albright.edu/ecuador. Approximate cost-$4,200. Accepting Applications

-Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica: Earn credits for upper level Biology (BIO 317) on this program. This course will introduce students to general ecological principles as well as field techniques and topics specific to tropical ecology. For more information contact Dr. Mech smech@albright.edu or Dr. Campbell kcampbell@albright.edu. Check out a recent video about the Costa Rica course. Approximate cost- $4,000. Very Limited Spaces Remain

-Field Research on the Hawaiian Humpback Whale-Hawaii: Learn through experience in Maui. Study the biology and behavior of the very surface-active endangered humpback whale while you directly observe and record their spectacular behaviors from a shore station and from boats in Maui. You will learn and apply the principles of field research design as you participate in an ongoing field study on the impact of boats on the behavior of the humpback whales. This course can count as a Foundations-Natural Science course. Contact Dr. Marsha Green mgreen@alb.edu. Approximate cost $2,850 + airfare. Accepting Applications

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Spring 2019 Courses with Early Summer Travel

-Cultural Immersion in Asia: Travel to Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai with Professors Oh-Ranck (Fashion) and Rohde (Business). This Global Humanities Connections course will meet on campus during the semester and then students will experience 12 days of travel in China in late May, after spring classes conclude. Contact Prof. moh-ranck@albright.edu or brohde@albright.edu for information. Approximate cost $4,690 (detailed pricing coming soon). Accepting Applications

-Traditional Arts in Ireland: This course investigates the traditional culture of rural Ireland. Students will learn from local experts at the National University of Ireland-Galway and live with families. Students will also travel to Dublin to compare the role of traditional arts in Carna with the role these arts play in the life of Ireland's capital city. Contact Dr. Lawrence Morris lmorris@albright.edu or Dr. Kennon Rice krice@albright.edu for more details. This course can count for Eng 236 or Connections (Humanities and Global). Approximate cost $3,500. Accepting Applications


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