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2014 May Term Travel Courses

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MAY TERM 2014 TRAVEL COURSE INFORMATION

California/Utah

Outdoor Adventure: California/Utah

Andrew Hollis

Cambodia
AST 250: Service in Cambodia

Lawry Finsen

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

Barbara Conboy

Japan
AST 160.1: Growing Up in Japan

Yukiko Kawahara

Mexico
EVST 340: Oaxaca Sustainable Development and Migration

Dan Klooster

Nicaragua
SOAN 269: World Hunger and International Development

James Spickard

Palau
EVST 280:Palau Expedition

Monty Hempel

Salzburg, Austria
CRWR 310: Foreign Correspondence: Travel Writing and Literary Journalism

Leslie Brody

Salzburg, Austria
REL 160: Voices of Dissent

John Walsh

Southern California
PHIL 140: Animal Ethics and Service

Kathie Jenni

Swaziland
PHIL 145: AIDS in Souther Africa

James Krueger

United Kingdom
REL 226: Religions of Europe

Bill Huntley and Nancy Carrick

Washington D.C.
GOVT 257: Polcymaking in Washington D.C.

Greg Thorson and Graeme Auton

Southern California
BIOL 350: Plant Ecology

Jim Blauth


There are more than 1,700 trees on the University of Redlands campus.
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In April 2010, it was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Redlands is among just three other colleges or universities in California to receive this designation.

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