Interim Off Campus

Lafayette College

December 22, 2009

Lafayette Students Will Learn about the Environment and Mentor Elementary Students in Interim Course to New Zealand

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Trip will be documented through online journals, blogs, videos, and photos Twenty-two students will spend their winter break discovering the interdisciplinary nature of environmental science by exploring New Zealand and sharing what they learn through webcasts with third-and seventh-graders from Martinsburg Elementary School in Martinsburg, Pa. During the three-week course, the students, who represent majors [...]

Lafayette College

December 8, 2009

Students Will Spend Winter Break all Over the Globe

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Lafayette offers three-week, faculty-led courses to the Bahamas, Hawaii, Japan, New Zealand, and Russia More than 100 students will be studying in the Bahamas, Hawaii, Japan, New Zealand, and Russia during the winter break. This is the 32nd year in which Lafayette is offering concentrated, three-week courses during the interim session between regular semesters led [...]

Lafayette College

December 17, 2008

Students Will Spend Winter Break all Over the Globe

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Locations include New Zealand, South Africa, Guatemala, England, France, Belgium, Germany, and the Czech Republic More than 140 students will be studying in New Zealand, South Africa, Guatemala, England, France, Belgium, Germany, and the Czech Republic during the winter break. This is the 31st year in which Lafayette is offering concentrated, three-week courses during the [...]

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June 2, 2008

Students Explore Health Care in the United Kingdom

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Professors Alan Childs and Steven Lammers are leading seven-week summer-interim course Led by Alan Childs, professor of psychology, and Steven Lammers, Manson Professor of the English Bible, 20 students are participating in a seven – week seminar course and internship experience comparing U.S. and U.K. health care systems. The group will be in the United [...]

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May 22, 2008

Students Will Study Art and Literature of Medieval and Renaissance Italy

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Professors Diane Cole Ahl and Rado Pribic will lead summer interim-session course From May 26 – June 14, Diane Cole Ahl, Rothkopf Professor of Art History, and Rado Pribic, Williams Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures, will lead 26 students through Italy on a three-week, summer interim session course. The students will be studying the [...]

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January 7, 2008

Students Taking Courses All Over the World During Interim Session

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Locations include Australia and New Zealand; South Africa; Guatemala; Scandinavia; the Bahamas; Hawaii; and Germany and the Czech Republic More than 150 students are studying in Australia and New Zealand; South Africa; Guatemala; Scandinavia; the Bahamas; Hawaii; and Germany and the Czech Republic during interim session. This is the 30th year in which Lafayette is [...]

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November 26, 2007

Finding Herself Halfway around the World

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Danielle Bero ’07 discusses her Fulbright experience in Indonesia Danielle Bero ’07 graduated in May with an A.B. degree with an individualized, interdisciplinary major in creative media and social justice. A Posse Scholar, she was the 2007 recipient of the George Wharton Pepper Prize, awarded to the senior who “most closely represents the Lafayette ideal.” [...]

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July 10, 2007

‘Through My Eyes, In My Words’: Eric Ricci ’08 Explores Geology of Western United States

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Geology major spends three weeks in distinctive interim-session course Eric Ricci ’08 (Staten Island N.Y.) is majoring in geology. He spent three weeks this summer in the Western United States taking the interim-session course Geology from A (Arches) to Z (Zion) taught by Larry Malinconico, associate professor of geology and environmental geosciences, and David Sunderlin, [...]