These courses are short-term (typically three weeks or less) and led by one or more members of the Ashland University faculty. Some of the programs are open to community members. Contact the Global Education Office at 419-289-5870 for information.
Religion and Civil Rights: Spring Break in Mississippi Spring Break: March 4-13, 2011
Students will take REL340SL: Religion & the Civil Rights Movement in America and take a Service Learning trip to Mississippi over Spring Break to further contextualize the course.
Faculty Director: Dr. Peter Slade
REL3SG: Footsteps of Paul in Greece
Spring Break: March 4-13, 2011
Students receive 3 hours of Ashland University credits and will explore the literary, social, and cultural world of early Christianity by reading the writings and following the travels of the apostle Paul throughout Greece.
Faculty Director: Dr. David Aune
Honors 390: Capitals of Europe Tour
May 8-22, 2011
Honors students taking the Interdisciplinary Seminar in Spring 2011 will study various works with ties to London, Paris, Prague, and Berlin. Students will also complete a final project based on what they experience on the trip.
Faculty Director: Dr. Christopher Swanson
Ashland University in Germany Program
May 9-June 4, 2011
Students live in Wittenberg, Germany for three weeks and take two Ashland University classes taught by Ashland University professors.
MBA students and select undergraduates will spend 9 days in Rome and Florence, Italy, attending lectures, panel discussions, and plant tours.
(Undergrad students must have a GPA of 3.0, and be at least juniors by summer 2011.)
Faculty Director: Dr. Khush Pittenger
Colonization of Our Nation's Beginnings in New England Program for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
June 20-24, 2011
This study tour is designed to help secondary social studies and language arts teachers create an interdisciplinary experience that can be used in their classrooms. For graduate students, it is designed for any teacher interested in creating multidisciplinary instructional activities for their students based around research and travel in and around the Boston area.
Faculty Directors: Dr. David Kommer & Dr. Carl Walley
Global Perspectives in Education, London, England Program for Graduate Students Only
June 7-21, 2011
Students will live in London, England for two weeks and have the opportunity to study Education 788: Inquiry Seminar in Education.