Interested in human services and child welfare? Learn about the
methods and materials for understanding interpersonal violence and
meeting the special needs for abused and neglected children.
Join us for an information session on HSC 1072: Comparative Study
of Child Welfare with Professor Joan Tropnas.
When Rome is your classroom, the possibilities are endless!
Choose from a variety of Italian language courses to perfect your
accent and expand your vocabulary. Colloquialisms and even slang
will become second nature as you interact with people on the
streets, at museums or in theaters. Whether ordering gelato at a
local gelateria or an espresso at a café, this is the best way to
strengthen your Italian language skills. Michelangelo and Bernini,
Titian and da Vinci – Rome has inspired many of the greatest
artists in history. Now it’s your turn to sketch the city through
our Italian Sketchbook course. Or, through Art and Architecture in
Italy, you’ll make the streets of Rome your classroom, wandering
the city to uncover its architectural jewels.
In a single street, you’ll find magnificent examples of classic,
baroque and renaissance art and architecture. You'll also get the
chance to experience the heart of the Catholic Church, and even
attend a Papal Audience at the Vatican.
Even more exciting are the excursions on this program. You’ll
tour the ancient cities of Paestum, Pompeii, Florence, Naples,
Siena, and Assisi, learning and experiencing firsthand what makes
Italy (and Italians) unique! You will also visit the famous sites
of Rome, such as the Arch of Constantine, the Coliseum, the Roman
Forum, the Pantheon, the Basilica of St. Peter, and more!
Don't miss out of this once in a lifetime opportunity!
For more information on Italy Summer Session I