Six Tusculum College students had the opportunity to explore some of the oldest known free-standing structures on earth, talk to business leaders about their experiences in the European Union and learn about international law during a trip to Malta in March.
The first study abroad trip of the 2014-15 will begin just days after the start of the academic year.
Students talk with a representative from Knowledge Exchange Institute during the Study Abroad Fair Wednesday at Tusculum College.
On January 14-25, 12 Tusculum College students studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain, alongside Heather Patterson, chair of the Tusculum College English department and associate professor of English, as a part of Tusculum’s global studies program.
As part of the course “Seminar in Literature and Society,” the class focused on how writers respond to or take the lead on topics of global importance, the complexity of world issues and the diversity of perspectives internationally.
Eight Tusculum students, their professor and a community member experienced Norwegian culture from October 10-21 as a part of Tusculum’s global studies program.
On Monday, Feb. 4, students from Tusculum College offered a presentation of their recent study abroad trip to Barcelona, Spain. Students left for Spain on January 12, and returned on January 23.
Travelers included two Tusculum professors: Heather Patterson, assistant professor of English and chair of the English department and Wayne Thomas, associate professor of English and chair of the fine arts department, as well as thirteen students.
Five Tusculum College students spent two months in Barcelona, Spain, as part of the school’s Global Studies program, living, working and studying immersed in the culture of their host country.
Tusculum College students will have the opportunity to experience studying in Barcelona, Spain, in an upcoming trip being planned for January by the College’s Center for Global Studies.
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A group of 10 students and two faculty members from Tusculum College learned about how joining the European Union has affected Malta and about the nation’s history and culture in a recent trip to the Mediterranean country.