These courses are designed to bring on-campus, academic coursework together with culturally immersive opportunities beyond campus. Taught by two professors, these are rich experiences that stretch our levels of cultural understanding, our capacity to relate well with others who are different from us, and finally provide an opportunity to move outside our own zones of familiarity into relations that are exciting and new.
IS 369 – History, Philosophy & Social Implications of Science
Dates: March 17-27, 2016
Travel to: ITALY (MILAN, PADUA, VENICE, FLORENCE & ROME)
Faculty: Dr. Fitch & Dr. Wagge
Deposit: $200* (Details at bottom of this page)
Remaining Lab Fee: $2550 (Due by January 6th)
*Acceptance of deposits begins on October 7th in the Business Office (lower Blasco Hall). The initial students (up to the enrollment cap) to place their deposit are secured enrollment in the course and at that point the deposit becomes nonrefundable. The persons who put down a deposit and are not secured an enrollment spot in the course are put on a waitlist (ordered by time/date of deposit). Should those students never become enrolled into the course, the deposit will be refunded in full. If a student on the waitlist becomes enrolled, her/his deposit is at that point nonrefundable. The remaining lab fee amount is due by January 6th and at that point it is nonrefundable.