If you missed last year’s trip abroad with Professor Ellis Ivory and Michelle Cade, but would still like to learn more about Brazil, you might be interested to know that the Charles H. Wright Museum is opening an exhibit of Brazilian art and culture this Thursday.
The opening event is free and open to the public; it will run from 6 pm-9 pm and the exhibit will be open for visitors until January.
To learn more about the event, click here.
Please join us on Tuesday April 2nd , from 12:00 – 1:15p.m. in the main dining room for our Annual Study Abroad Reflections Luncheon. Learn about student’s recent experiences to Brazil, France, Jamaica, Italy and New York.
Hear their stories, see the pictures and enjoy some cuisine. The event will be held in the If you plan on attending, please r.s.v.p.: Mcade4052@marygrove.edu or stop by the office MC358 so we can ensure an accurate count for food.
This serves as a reminder that the deadline is approaching for the 2014 Travel Seminar.
The Study Abroad Committee invites faculty/staff to submit proposals for the 2014 Travel Seminar and Spring/Summer Intensive Programs.
Both the Travel Seminar Program and the Spring/Summer Intensive Program are short-term, study abroad programs led by Marygrove College faculty.
Each program is comprised of overseas travel in conjunction with a course that covers material specific to the intended overseas destination. Courses for both programs are taken during the winter or spring/summer semester. Students participating in a Travel Seminar go abroad with the faculty program leader for a maximum of 10 days during Spring Break.
Participants leave as a group the Thursday evening or Friday prior to Spring Break and return before the start of classes. Students participating in a Spring/Summer Intensive Program travel abroad with the faculty leader in May, July or August following the end of the winter or summer semester. Travel may not occur over the scheduled graduation date. This program can involve a maximum of 3 weeks of overseas travel. It allows Marygrove to offer faculty-led programs to more distant destinations, or programs that focus more intensely on a particular area.
The Committee strongly encourages proposals for new destinations and from faculty who have not yet led a program. In order to be considered, the faculty member submitting the proposal must give a brief 10-minute presentation to the Study Abroad Committee and be prepared to answer questions afterward.
If you have immediate concerns please feel free to contact Michelle Cade: firstname.lastname@example.org or 313.927.1485.