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U.S. Civil Rights Movement

This program will introduce students to the history of the modern Civil Rights Movement through visits to key sites of the freedom struggle. This program will begin and end in Pittsburgh. Students will travel via bus to the key sites. During this experience students will also hear personal narratives of foot-soldiers, scholars and elders who were on the frontline during the Civil Rights Movement. Students will have the opportunity to meet with elders in the African American community who were frontline during the Civil Rights Movement.

Studio Arts in Wyoming

Modeled after an artist residency, this course is a directed study-like elective is for Studio Arts majors and students in arts-related disciplines. Students apply for consideration and four to six students are invited to enroll in the 18-day summer field study.

Katz European Summer Program - WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is a leading German business school with an exceptional national and international reputation. Founded in 1984 on the initiative of the Koblenz Chamber of Commerce and Industry, WHU has become a model for future-oriented research and teaching in business economics. The WHU network consists of 1,549 students, 54 faculty members, and 200 partner schools.

Global Water Policy DC

Explore U.S., Central Asian, and global perspectives on water management and environmental sustainability through this innovative study away program for undergraduates. On this one-week, 1-credit program, you will study competing perspectives on global water policy. You will be introduced to the role of governmental and non-governmental organizations managing water equity. You will look closely at the interconnections between policy, law, economics, and culture related to the environment.

Lakota Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability & Indigenous Rights

Study in the heart of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, home of the Oglala Lakota Tribe. On this 2-week, 3-credit program get a feel for its past, present and future. You will learn from local natives about their day-to-day life, culture and work on community-driven service-learning projects. Projects may be related to environmental sustainability, agricultural initiatives, programming on youth and education, cultural learning and indigenous rights. Students of all majors are welcome to apply.

Monsters, Madmen and the Modern City: Prague

Prague is a city rich with history, mystery and stunning visuals. On this program, you will take two compelling literature courses intimately linked to the beautiful and brooding city in which they are taught. You will learn about the original literary vampire, pacts with the devil and the play that brought the world the term “robot”. You will examine Prague as both a cinematic setting and a center for filmmaking and animation. In addition, you will explore the macabre, the human and inhuman in the home of Faust and Kafka.