Summer Short-Term Programs

Summer 2014

ARTH 6235 - Johannesburg, South Africa- Professors Tally Tripp and Leslie Jacobson

 

ECON2190/6280 - Shanghai, China - Professor Steve Suranovic

 

IAFF6186 - Tel Aviv, Israel - Professor Rhea Siers

 

IBUS4900 - Stockholm, Sweden - Professor Anna Helm

 

ORSC3190/6297, COMM3190 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Professors Nils Olsen and Clay Warren

 

PUBH 6590 - Capetown, South Africa - Professors Amita Vyas and Blaine Parrish

 

TRDA4595W - Paris, France - Professor Mary Buckley

 

 

The Graduate School of Education & Human Development also offers graduate level courses.  Please click HERE for additional information.

 

The George Washington School of Business also offers graduate level courses.  Please click HERE for additional information.

 

The Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology also offers field training in archaeology, paleontology, and geology at the Koobi Fora Field School in Turkana, north Kenya. Please click HERE for more details.

Upcoming Short Term Events

September
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Tuesday
1:00pm—2:00pm
September
04
Thursday
4:00pm—5:00pm
September
05
Friday
10:00am—4:00pm
September
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Monday
11:00am—12:00pm
September
11
Thursday
3:00pm—4:00pm
September
11
Thursday
4:00pm—5:00pm
September
12
Friday
10:00am—4:00pm
September
12
Friday
10:00am—11:00am
September
16
Tuesday
1:00pm—2:00pm
September
19
Friday
10:00am—4:00pm
September
19
Friday
4:30pm—5:30pm
September
22
Monday
11:00am—3:00pm
September
24
Wednesday
3:00pm—4:00pm
September
26
Friday
10:00am—4:00pm
November
04
Tuesday
4:00pm—5:00pm
November
13
Thursday
2:00pm—3:00pm
November
17
Monday
1:00pm—2:00pm
November
25
Tuesday
12:00pm—1:00pm
December
05
Friday
1:00pm—2:00pm
December
10
Wednesday
3:00pm—4:00pm
January
14
Wednesday
4:00pm—5:00pm
January
20
Tuesday
1:00pm—2:00pm
January
23
Friday
12:00pm—1:00pm
January
26
Monday
1:00pm—2:00pm
January
29
Thursday
4:00pm—5:00pm

France: Modernism and the Arts, Then and Now

In June, 2013, Professor Mary Buckley led a Fine Arts class to Paris to study modernism through the lens of drama, art, dance and poetry.