Global experiences are accessible through a variety of short-term, course-embedded trips that provide not only a potentially life-changing travel experience, but also college credit.
Penn State Lehigh Valley faculty collaborate to offer a number of study abroad options in a range of subject areas.
Scholarships are available to cover some of the trip costs.
The following opportunities for the 2013-14 academic year are open to all Penn State students.
Lima, Peru: March 7-16, 2014
Courses: Span 001, Span 003, Span 100, Span 100A; I B 303 (International Business Operations), MKTG 445 (Global Marketing)
Description: A Latin American International Business and Spanish language and cultural study abroad in conjunction with students and faculty from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)
Details: 20 seats available. Deposit due Sept. 30
Info: Prof. Mike Krajsa, email@example.com or Dr. Ana Figueroa-Coddou, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guanajuato, Mexico: March 6-15, 2014
Courses: CIVCM 211 (Foundations in Civic and Community Engagement), BIOL 297 (The Ecology and Agriculture of Guanajuato, Mexico), WL ED 400 (Foundations of Language in Second Language Teaching)
Description: Exploration of the environment, ecology and economics of the region in conjunction with students from the University of Guanajuato
Details: Deposit due Nov. 30
Honors Trip to London, England: March 6-13, 2014
Course: ENG 201 (What is Literature?)
Details: 18 spots available with priority to honors students
Info: Dr. Barbara Cantalupo, email@example.com, or sign up at room 217N.
CHANCE China Practicum: Summer 2014 (exact dates TBD)
Details: A collaboration with Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China, that focuses on the world's vanishing fresh water supply
CHANCE Panama Practicum: Summer 2014 (exact dates TBD)
Details: A collaboration with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) focusing on global climate change
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