More than 15 travel-studies to be offered during 2009
Posted: Wednesday, December 17, 2008 10:45 am
The Messenger 12.17.08
The University of Tennessee at Martin Center for Global Studies and International Education will offer 15 travel-study programs in 2009.
Trips begin in February and March with “Abraham Lincoln at 200: Words, Will & Wisdom” to Springfield, Ill., Feb. 26-March 1 and to Washington, D.C., March 9-15. Dr. Michelle Merwin, De-partment of Psychology interim chair, and Tim Hacker, English instructor, will lead both.
Trips to Paris and London March 4-16 will be led by Dr. Jeff Hoyer, associate professor of communications, and Stan Sieber, professor of history; and Dr. Tom Payne, Department of Accounting, Economics, Finance and International Business interim chair, respectively.
Other trip dates, destinations and department faculty leaders include March 5-14, Lisbon, Portugal/Madrid, Spain, Drs. Lucia Florido and Randall Garza (modern foreign languages); March 7-12, Washington, D.C. (Holocaust), Dr. Alice-Catherine Carls (history and philosophy); May 10-16, Washington, D.C., Drs. Paula Gale, Michael Gibson and Jeff Rogers (agriculture and natural resources/geology, geography and physics); May 10-23, Germany, Dr. Chuck Hammond (modern foreign languages); May 11-21, South Korea, Dr. J.C. Kim (health and human performance); May 15-26, Greece, Dr. Nathan Howard (history and philosophy); May 18-31, New England/Atlantic Canada, Drs. Charles Bradshaw and David Creelman (English); May 23-31, Mediterranean Cruise, Mike Sudzum and Lorrie Jackson (community); July 6-20, European Alps, Stan Sieber (history and philosophy); Aug. 10-15, Washington, D.C., Darrell Simmons (criminal justice); and December 2009, Amazon, Dr. Sue Byrd, Scott Pun and Dr. Bradley Ray (family consumer sciences/health and human performance/agriculture and natural resources).
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