Travel study dates, destinations planned
Posted: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 3:36 pm
WCP 8.10.10 From Egypt to Greece, London to Japan, Paris to Washington, D.C., the University of Tennessee at Martin Center for International Education will offer several travel-study programs in 2010-2011.
Trips begin in October with a travel-study trip to Chicago. Set for Oct. 22-26, this trip will be led by Dr. Sue Byrd, professor of textiles, clothing and fashion merchandising, and Diane Shaw, associate professor of art.
In January, a trip is planned to Egypt that will be led by Dr. Mahmoud Haddad, professor of finance.
A list of other trip dates, destinations and department leaders includes: March 11-17, New York, Dr. Sue Byrd, professor of textiles, clothing and fashion merchandising; March, London/Paris, Dr. Jeff Hoyer, associate professor of communications; March, Germany, Dr. Arthur Hunt, associate professor of communications; March, London/Orléans/Paris, Dr. Tom Payne, Department of Accounting, Finance, Economics and Political Science interim chair; March, South Korea, J.C. Kim, assistant professor of sport management; May, Natchez Trace Tour, Anna Clark, instructor of English; May, Saltillo, Mexico, Dr. Joey Mehlhorn, professor of agricultural economics; May, Greece/Istanbul, Dr. Nathan Howard and Ricky Garlitz, assistant professors of history; May, Mediterranean cruise, Lorrie Jackson, Center for International Education administrative specialist; May, Washington D.C., Darrell Simmons, Department of Public Safety police lieutenant; May, Italy, Dr. Lionel Crews, associate professor of physics; June, Australia/New Zealand, Dr. Brad Ray, assistant professor of fisheries science; July, Switzerland/Austria/Germany, Stan Sieber, professor of history.
For more information, visit the Web site, at www.utm.edu/departments/globalstudies, or call the center at 731-881-1023.