Faculty-Led Programs

Winter Break 2015

Click on a program to learn more information and apply. Deadline: September 30, 2014

History of Caribbean Music in Cuba

Explore how Cuba’s history, politics and religion, as well as other musical styles, have influenced Afro-Caribbean music.
MUS 295
Led by Bob Stacke

Vocation and Christian Faith in El Salvador

Listen to the stories of the Salvadoran people, explore Christian Faith, and reflect on how our beliefs affect our vocations.
REL480/490 Led by Matthew Marrugi

 

Global Crossroads and Indigenous Resistance in Chiapas, Mexico

Examine political, economic, cultural, international, and linnguistic borders.                        AIS 305/490 or LCS/SPA 495
Led by Elise Marubbio & Joseph Towle

Spring Break 2015

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Designed for advanced transfer students (WEC & Rochester) this program explores themes of vocation and Christian Theology. REL 300 and HPE002 Led by Janelle Bussert

Designed for advanced transfer students (WEC & Rochester) this program explores themes of vocation and Christian Theology.
REL 300 and HPE002
Led by Janelle Bussert

Summer 2015

More details on the summer programs to come. Application deadline: January 30, 2015

 

2014-PragueBlocks

Explore ethical, religious, and economic forces that have transformed Czech life.
KEY490
Led by Stu Stoller & Marty Stortz

2014-GermanyBlocks

Examine the historical and contemporary sociological contexts of sustainability in cities such as Munich and Frieburg.
SOC 111 or 395 and HIS 195/440
Led by Phil Adamo and Lars Christiansen

 

 

2014-ChinaBlocks

Learn how a primary economic and geopolitical player dominates business and economic activity in the 21st Century.
BUS 3xx or 4xx
Led by Peter Stark