Please share with your students these three travel courses coming up in Summer 2013 – immerse yourself in another country without leaving the continent.
Each course is open to all majors and offers students guided exploration of place and culture shaped by learning objectives from a discipline and supported by the contacts and deep background of passionate faculty members.
ANTH 488A, Acequia Agroecology Institute, SLN 14333, Dr. Devon Pena, 5 credits, A Term, Register before May 31
· Drive together in UW SUVs to/from southern Colorado/northern New Mexico and learn hydrology, ecology, farming, community-building, history, culture and of course anthropology
· Estimated cost of the trip in additional to tuition: $900 includes travel there, local travel, lodging (in tents) and most weekday meals
· Dates: June 17 to July 24 (A term)
· Read more in Professor Pena’s course description: dpena
LARCH 498C, Design/Build Studio in New Orleans, SLN 11993, Dr. Daniel Winterbottom, A Term, Applications due May 20
· Travel on your own to New Orleans and collaborate with the community of Gretna, Louisiana and Jefferson Parish to design and build a portion of the public garden and park, intended to create a gateway and anchor for the community. This will provide a multi-functional setting for a historic building that will become a visitors center. For students interested in landscape, but also history, cultural identity, community-building, disaster recovery, race relations, ecology, music, culture, food, the southern USA.
· Estimated cost of the trip in addition to tuition: $990 plus travel on your own to New Orleans. Lodging, weekday meals and local transportation is part of the program fee and provided by the community of Gretna. Will also experience field trips and cultural activities.
· Dates: June 17 to July 26 (A term—can adjust for return to Seattle for B term start of July 24); pre-planning meetings 5/22 and 6/12, 5:30 to 7:00pm, Gould 312.
· Contact Professor Daniel Winterbottom, nina, http://larch.be.washington.edu/features/design_build/NOLA/nola2013.php
URBDP 499 B/600 B, Comparative Urban Planning and Urban Design in 3 Canadian Cities,SLN 14091, Dr. Fritz Wagner & Dr. Regent Cabana, 3 credits, prior to A-term, Register by May 11
· Travel on your own to Montreal, the first of 3 Canadian cities—Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa—and explore the European influence as well as the distinctive Canadian French culture of these cities that makes them unique in North America. Examine similarities and differences between U.S. and Canadian cities, focus on current urban issues confronting communities in Quebec, and study the physical layout of cities, urban design, urban growth, problems related to the environment, governmental institutions, as well as historical, social and cultural factors specific to Quebec cities and Ottawa.
· Estimated cost of the trip: $900-$1,200 in addition to tuition to cover your own airfare, meals, lodging, local transportation, fees and all personal items. No other fees. $250 scholarships available for first 10 students.
· Dates: June 11 to 18 (prior to A term)
· Contact Professor Wagner for more information: 206-543-7459 or fwagner. Joint listed with L ARCH 495A, SLN 11990.
How to Apply
· When to apply: now! Contact the instructor directly to express your interest. LARCH 498C requires an application.
· Register through the Time Schedule (these are not Study Abroad courses)
· Earn 3 to 5 credits that apply to Summer Quarter
· Pay course fee in additional to regular UW tuition, to cover expenses such as housing, transportation, meals (what is covered depends on the course)
· Passport required for travel to Canada.
These programs will provide outstanding, cost-effective and memorable summer experiences. This is why you go to college in the summer! Thank you for sharing this information with your students. Mary
Mary Larson | Program Management Director, Summer Quarter | UW Educational Outreach |206.616-0619
Box 359485, Seattle, WA 98195-9485 | 4333 Brooklyn Ave, UW Tower, 19th Floor mlarson | www.summer.washington.edu