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2013 May Term Travel Courses

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MAY TERM 2013 TRAVEL COURSE INFORMATION 

Australia and New Zealand:

         The Ecology of Australia and New Zealand

         Wendy McIntyre

Cambodia:

         CSAC 360.06 Service in Cambodia

         Lawry Finsen

Costa Rica:

         BIOL 107: Tropical Ecology

         Brian Spitzer

Greece:

         JNST 000F: In Search of Helen of Troy

         Nancy Carrick

Guatemala:

         CDIS 260: Service-Learning in Language, Culture, and Education

         Barbara Conboy

Inland Empire:

         PHIL 140: Animal Ethics and Service

         Kathie Jenni

Italy:

         PHYS 108: Astronomy Abroad: Galileo's Italy

         Tyler Nordgren

Mexico:

         EVST 360: Sustainable Development and Migration in Mexico

        Dan Klooster

        Click on the links below to check out these Youtube videos, filmed by Dan on location in the region!

        San Pablo Macuiltianguis

        Huatulco        

Pacific Northwest:

        BIO 260: Marine Conservation of the Pacific 

        Lei Lani Stelle

Palau:

         EVST 280: The Palau Expedition

         Monty Hempel

Salzburg:

         GOVT 361: Comparitive Judicial Systems: Courts, Judges, and Law in the U.S. and Western Europe

         Arthur Svenson

Salzburg:

         German Expressionist Film- The Austrian Connection 

        Rick and Trish Cornez        

Sierra Nevada Mountains:

         CHEM 260: Mile High Chemistry: Environmental Chemistry Field Experience

         Check out the Mile High Chemistry Facebook Page!

         Rebecca Lyons 

Spain:  

         PSYC 260: Jews, Muslims, and Basques: Their Socioculture Contribution to Spain,      

         Cheryl Rickabaugh

Southern Europe:

         Outdoor Adventure: Southern Europe

         Andrew Hollis

Washington DC:

         GOVT 257: Polcymaking in Washington DC

         Greg Thorson and Renee Van Vechten


Design through Math
Appleton Hall

The back of the University of Redlands own Appleton Hall contains a mathematically designed ‘Echo Chamber’ that uses calculated angles to refract sound.

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