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Upcoming Faculty-Led Programs

SPRING BREAK 2018

“Springtime in Paris" Cultural Study Tour Spring Break 2018  

FREN 318 MODL 319, INTS 390, SOCO 390

Spend your Spring Break exploring French culture in beautiful Paris.  Explore a city well known for its exceptional rich artistic traditions, culinary delights, architecture, historical landmarks and mythical places.  You can learn about the daily lives of Parisians by navigating through Paris on the metro, sitting at terrace cafes and purchasing croissants at one of the colorful markets.  Program includes tours to the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Seine River boat tour, the Catacombs as well as a theatrical production.  This program is an opportunity that you should not miss!


SPRING SEMESTER COURSE-SUMMER TRAVEL 2018

"Topics in Field Biology in Costa Rica" 

BIOS 330 - Topics in Field Biology: Costa Rica

The Central American republic of Costa Rica is world renowned for its extraordinary biodiversity. Though only one third the size of Wisconsin, it has as many species of birds as the whole of the contiguous 48 states. Costa Rica is equally well known for its dedication to the conservation of its rich biotic resources, resulting in an unparalleled system of tropical national parks and preserves. Meeting during the spring semester to prepare for our trip, we will travel to Costa Rica for nine days in May, visiting the world famous La Selva Biological Station of the Organization for Tropical Studies, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, and Volcan Arenal, encountering lowland forest, montane forest, and cloud forest.

MORE IN SUMMER 2018

"Integrated Systems for Environmental Monitoring" Wolfenbuettel" Germany/Kenosha Wisconsin

Biology 490, Geoscience 490, Biology, Computer Science 490
This innovative program has two separate segments.  Parkside students will spend the first 2 weeks visiting Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences in Wolfenbuettel, Germany and then return (along with our German colleagues) to Kenosha for the completion of the 4-week program.  This German/US collaboration will allow you to gain hands on experience with the development of an important mobile application to be used in monitoring water quality.  Computer science, Biology and Geoscience students will work together in the advancement of this project while also learning about German and US culture.

"Doing Business in Italy"
BUS 290, BUS 490 (3 undergraduate credits) or MBA 790 (2 graduate credits)
Travel with Professor Abey Kuruvilla in this annual program.  Visit four beautiful locations while you explore business strategies in Italy.  Students will take part in the planning of the program itinerary.  An opportunity that shouldn't be missed!


KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR THESE FUTURE PROGRAMS!

  • Poland History/Social Science Study Tour, Winterim 2019
  • Business in the Caribbean, Winterim or Spring Break, 2019
  • Art in Italy, Summer 2019
  • China Choir Tour, Summer 2019