Global Seminars and LAC Seminars
The Learning Abroad Center is offering 7 Global Seminars over May session 2022. Global Seminars are three-week, three-credit experiential study abroad programs led by UofM faculty and staff. They offer a way for students to explore interdisciplinary topics, and most are approved for liberal education themes and/or cores.
Several three-credit Global Seminars and other seminars offered by the Learning Abroad Center have been pre-approved to count as non-course Honors Experiences. These courses are listed below.
May session (priority application deadline: February 1, 2022; final deadline: March 1, 2022)
- Beyond the Nobel Prize: Innovation in Sweden—Nikki Letawsky Shultz
- Capturing Greece: Color, Light, & Form—Monica Fogg
- Consuming French Culture & Cuisine—Trina Whitaker
- Death & Ritual in Victorian London—Ann Tandy-Treiber
- London: Economy, International Trade, & Brexit—Fahima Aziz
- Sustainable Food Systems of Sicily & Florence—Mike White
- Urban Transformation in Italy— Kathy Rider
2021-22 LAC Seminars
Below are more instructor-led programs for spring break, May, and summer session. They vary in length, dates, and content so students can find one that best fits their academic and professional goals:
- Sustainable Approaches to Health in France— Tricia Todd, spring semester (on campus) and May session 2022 (abroad); application deadline: January 15, 2022
- Empowering Youth through Sport— Daheia Barr-Anderson, summer 2022; application deadline: March 15, 2022