The CAS Study Away Office has organized the following events for the fall 2021 semester. Please click on each event below to learn more about the information to be covered and when the event will take place.
These sessions will cover costs associated with study away and highlight different study away scholarship and grant opportunities. Choose one from the following dates:
This scholarship workshop is designed specifically for students accepted to study away for fall 2022 and spring 2023. Students will learn about the Gilman scholarship application process and upcoming deadlines. Through the workshop students will begin to work on their scholarship application. Scholarship open to US citizens who are Federal Pell Grant recipients.
February 16th, 4 p.m., Duke 108
In this session you learn about the different approved semester and May Term study away program opportunities, the application process and timeline, costs of study away and how to fund the experience and much more. Choose from one of the following dates.
The general sessions will provide an overview of the May Term 2022 travel course offerings, how to connect with course leaders for more information, go over the course enrollment process and timeline as well as talk about May Term travel grants. Choose one of the following sessions:
The following May Term travel courses are offering course specific information sessions:
Learn more about the Policymaking in DC May Term course. Session will be led by the course instructors, Professor Greg Thorson and Graeme Auton.
Learn more about the Black in D.C. May Term course. Session will be led by the course instructors, Monique Stennis and Peter Tupou.
Learn more about the Service in Cambodia May Term course. This virtual session will be led by the course instructor, Lawry Finsen.
Learn more about the PanaMapping course. This session will be led by the course instructor, Professor Daniel Klooster.
Learn more about the Health and Medicine in Southern Africa course. This session will be led by the course instructor, Professor James Krueger.
Interested students can learn more about the program and application process at this session.
September 23 - 4 p.m., Duke 108