International Studies update!

The application form for Japan or Greece is now available in room 411. The due date is Friday, January 29th . Information sessions of thirty minutes will be held in room 106 on Thursday January 14 at 5 pm and on Tuesday January 19 at 5 pm – watch the News Feed for locations.

Japan (Kyoto/Tokyo)

April 26 – May 6

ELE331 History of East Asian Interiors and Architecture (a graduate-level version of the course will be offered for MID/MAID students)

DSN426 Experimental Design

Faculty Leader Crandon Gustafson (John Martin-Rutherford will co-teach ELE331 in Chicago)

Cost for accommodations, tours and field trips $3,900

Program Fee $300 (non-refundable)

Estimated airfare $1,300

Plus tuition and fees for one or two classes

Greece (Athens)

June 7 – July 16

DSN337 IDIII

DSN250 Studio Practice in Greece

Faculty Leader Demetra Vartzikos

Cost for accommodations, tours and field trips $5,400

Program Fee $300 (non-refundable)

Estimated airfare $1,500

Plus tuition and fees for one or two classes

Application

Applications will be due Friday, January 29th at 4 pm. Interviews will be scheduled the week of February 1st and applicants will be notified by Monday, February 8th. The program fee and first installment payment will be due February 12th. Group size will be ten to fourteen students (we need a minimum number for the trips to go; participation will be subject to a selection process through the application, statement of interest, and work sample submittals); applicants are encouraged to submit their materials early.

Courses

ID courses are listed, but CD or DP students may participate and identify an appropriate course or courses with their department chair. In the past, photography students have received credit for Travel and Stock Photography, for example. In addition, both instructors have indicated their willingness to entertain additional course needs for possible inclusion.

Questions

Application forms will be accessible on the portal starting January 8, 2010. Questions regarding program procedures, financial aid eligibility, and the application process may be directed to Crandon Gustafson, Director, Harrington Center for Professional Development at cgustafson@harringtoncollege.com. Write “International Inquiry” in the email subject line. Please be patient, some questions may be referred to Academics or the Financial Aid office.

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