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MAY TERM 2013 TRAVEL COURSE INFORMATION
Australia and New Zealand:
The Ecology of Australia and New Zealand
CSAC 360.06 Service in Cambodia
BIOL 107: Tropical Ecology
JNST 000F: In Search of Helen of Troy
CDIS 260: Service-Learning in Language, Culture, and Education
PHIL 140: Animal Ethics and Service
PHYS 108: Astronomy Abroad: Galileo's Italy
EVST 360: Sustainable Development and Migration in Mexico
Click on the links below to check out these Youtube videos, filmed by Dan on location in the region!
San Pablo Macuiltianguis
BIO 260: Marine Conservation of the Pacific
Lei Lani Stelle
EVST 280: The Palau Expedition
GOVT 361: Comparitive Judicial Systems: Courts, Judges, and Law in the U.S. and Western Europe
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!
PSYC 260: Jews, Muslims, and Basques: Their Socioculture Contribution to Spain,
Outdoor Adventure: Southern Europe
GOVT 257: Polcymaking in Washington DC
Greg Thorson and Renee Van Vechten
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