Faculty-Led Travel Study Programs

Faculty-led programs are short-term international opportunities that are developed and led by UW-Whitewater faculty and staff. Programs are often experiential in nature, incorporating active learning such as volunteer opportunities, tours, site visits, workshops, and research projects.

Current and Upcoming Programs

Fall 2018

(Proposals)

Ghana: Business

BEINDP 491  (More information coming out in January 2018)

Patagonia: Sea Kayaking and Nature-based Toursim

RECREATIN 491/691 (More information coming out in January 2018)

Panama: Tropical Conservation

Geography and Environmental Science 491 (More information coming out in January 2018)

Namibia: Business

BEINDP 491 (More informatoin coming out in January 2018)

Winterim 2019

More information coming out in January 2018

Spring 2018

(some programs are still accepting applications)

Finland/Sweden: Culture and Educational Services

COMDIS 491/691 (this program is full)

Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice

GEOLGY/PHYSIS 491 (see coordinator if spots are still available)

Europe: LGBTQ Views of Europe (Literature, Art and Civil Rights)

ENG 491

(this course is cancelled but might be offered in Spring 2019)

France: Artists and Exiles in Paris

LSINDP/FRENCH 491  (accepting applications)

UK/EUROPE: Comparative Criminology

SOCIOLGY/CRIMJUS 491 (accepting applications)

Southeast Asia: Managment

BEINDP 491 (accepting applications)

South Africa: Post Apartheid

POLISCI/EDUINDP 491  (Accepting applications)

Japan: Supply Chain Management

ITSCM 491 (this course is cancelled but might be offered in Spring 2019)

Ireland: Cross Cultural Communication

COMM 491 (This course is full)

 

Summer 2018  

       No summer term faculty-led programs. Look at study abroad options

Faculty-led programs consist of on-campus class meetings during the academic year, followed by a travel component of 1-4 weeks in length during a term break (e.g. winter break, spring break, or summer).

Faculty-led programs are an ideal option for students looking for a well-supported, group-based, short-term international experience.  Additionally, faculty-led programs often relate to UW-Whitewater's unique curricular offerings, such as our distinctive Water Business program.

Faculty-led program offerings vary from year to year, so be sure to check this page, as well as our program search, for an up-to date list of upcoming programs

For additional information about faculty led programs, students can email or set up an appointment with Dan Colleran, Global Experiences Coordinator.

If you are a faculty member interested in proposing a new program, please visit our Faculty and Staff Resources page.

Where to Find Us

Center for Global Education
Hyland Hall, Suite 1227
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
809 West Starin Road
Whitewater, WI 53190

Contact Us

Phone: 262-472-5759
Fax: 262-472-1491
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