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URI Summer Education Abroad Programs 2014

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Table Contents Table of of Contents Faculty-Led Programs

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Programs in Detail:

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Belize Bermuda Cape Verde China Ecuador France Ghana Greece India Israel Calabria, Italy Naples, Italy Japan Peru Spain Tanzania

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Applying to Summer Programs Financial Aid and Scholarships

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Faculty-Led education Abroad Programs Summer 2014

In 2014, the University of Rhode Island (URI) will offer students the opportunity to participate in multiple faculty-led programs during the summer. These programs allow students to earn 3-9 credits toward their URI or other university degree. URI Faculty-Led Programs are open to URI students and non-URI students, as well as degree-seeking and non degree-seeking students (including teachers, parents, and other professionals).

Faculty-Led Programs at a Glance Program Belize Bermuda Cape Verde China Ecuador France Ghana Greece India Israel Calabria, Italy Naples, Italy Japan Peru Spain Tanzania

Date May 19 - June 14 July 24 - August 8 July 11 - 28 July 3 - August 1 June 1- 14 June 29 - July 26 May 27 - June 9 June 29 - July 11 May 15 - 30 May 23 - June 15 June 21 - July 18 June 2 - 18 August 2 - 13 August 14 - 25 July 1 - 30 June 1- 10

Days 26 15 17 29 13 28 13 12 15 23 27 19 11 9 30 9

Program Fee $2,700 $3,400 $3,750 $2,050 $2,500 $3,800 $3,900 $5,320 $3,200 $4,700 $4,050 - $4,500 $3,500 $1,650 $2,975 $3,650 - $3,750 $4,500 - $7,880

Courses APG HIS AAF, FLM CHN TMD FRN AAF CLA ISE HIS ITL, FLM APG, SOC HIS, MAF MLS SPA KIN

Credits 6 3-6 3-6 4 3 3-6 3-6 3-6 3 6 6-9 3 3 6 6-9 3

Note: URI retains the right to change program itineraries, cancel/change courses or cancel programs due to insufficient enrollment.

The University of Rhode Island prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national origin, handicap or sexual orientation and discrimination against disabled persons and veterans.

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Belize

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May 19 - June 14, 2014 Location Belize is an English-speaking country located on the northeast coast of Central America bordering Mexico and Guatemala. Belize shares a rich Mayan heritage with its neighboring countries of Guatemala, Mexico and Honduras, and is considered to have been the heart of the Mayan civilization during the Classic Period. The legacy of the ancient Maya is present in the modern people and their customs, as well as their language. Today, the country is a cultural melting pot of Creole, Maya, Garifuna, East Indian, Mennonite, Chinese and European/North American influences.

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Students will earn 6 URI credits. Courses include: • APG 310: Problems in Anthropology • APG 470: Independent Study, Directed Study or Research May 19 - May 30, 2014: Two-week coursework on the people of Belize (culture, ethnic identity, economic development, political activity, human rights, etc.) at the URI Kingston campus (APG 310). May 31 - June 15, 2014: Two weeks of archaeological excavation in Belize, under the direction of Dr. Jaime Awe, Director of the Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project/BVAR and supervision by Dr. Dania Brandford-Calvo (APG 470).

Cahal Pech Village Resort Double occupancy, air-conditioned rooms Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

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Tour of San Ignacio on Market Day Tropical rainforest and nature preserve visits Visits to Mayan archaeological sites

Program Fee: $2,700 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

6 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Bermuda

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July 24 - August 8, 2014 Location

Based at the Bermuda Maritime Museum, this diving-intensive field school teaches students how to survey, document, map and excavate historic shipwrecks. Participants will have a chance to examine a variety of shipwrecks from the 16th - 19th centuries, to undertake systematic archaeological surveys of the reef systems and to document, map and test excavate an English shipwreck from the late 18th / early 19th century.

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Students will earn 3 or 6 credits. Courses available include: • HIS 391: Directed Study or Research • HIS 396: Maritime History and Underwater Archaeology Field School • HIS 591: Directed Study or Research • Courses are taught by faculty from the University of Rhode Island and St. Mary’s College of California.

Double occupancy rooms Breakfast, lunch and dinner

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National Museum of Bermuda Dolphin Quest Crystal Caves Horseshoe Bay Historic town of St. George’s Hamilton

Program Fee: $3,400 Program Fee Includes: • • • • • •

3-6 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner Archaeological and dive related equipment In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Cape Verde

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July 11 - 28, 2014 Location

Situated off the west coast of Africa, Cape Verde is a volcanic archipelago made up of 10 main islands and 5 smaller ones. Uninhabited on their discovery in 1456, the islands became part of the Portuguese empire in 1496. Cape Verde declared independence from Portugal on July 5, 1975. A majority of today’s inhabitants are of mixed Portuguese and African ancestry. During this program, students will be introduced to Cape Verdean history and its political development. Students will have the opportunity to visit and learn about key historical and political sites of the nation. Additionally, students will engage in a service learning project in a local community school. Participants will also collaborate with the local communities through forums to identify the needs of the community.

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Students will earn 3 or 6 credits. Courses available include: • AAF 300: Special Topics in AAF • AAF 390: Direct Research or Study • FLM 351: Topics in Film Media Production Students will be required to register for an online Sakai course prior to departure. Students will be required to complete mandatory coursework prior to leaving for Cape Verde. Non-URI students, professionals, teachers and high school students are encouraged to apply.

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Hotel-style, double occupancy residences Breakfast and dinner provided

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Visits to public interest buildings (AHN: National Archive at Alfandega) Tour of Tarrafal (Historical Site) Tour of Cidade Velha (The first European city in Sub-Sahara Africa)

Program Fee: $3,750

3-6 URI credits Round-trip airfare Accommodations Breakfast and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

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China

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July 3 - August 1, 2014 Location During the Chinese Summer School students and faculty will live together in a dynamic, supportive Chinese-only community. The program will take place at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, just 115 miles southwest of Shanghai. Considered by the Chinese to be a small city, Hangzhou has a population of around 7 million. It lies at the southern end of the Grand Canal, which was constructed beginning in the 5th century B.C., and links the city with Beijing. Hangzhou’s most famous feature is West Lake.

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Students will earn 4 credits. Courses available include: • CHN 112: Intensive Elementary Chinese II • CHN 114: Intensive Intermediate Chinese II • CHN 215: Intensive Conversation and Composition I • CHN 216: Intensive Conversation and Composition II • CHN 315: Intensive Advanced Composition and Conversation I • CHN 316: Intensive Advanced Composition and Conversation II • Students who wish to complete the equivalent of two semesters of Chinese in one summer are encouraged to complete CHN 101, 103 or 205 during URI Summer Session 1( May 19 - June 20), prior to participating in the Chinese Summer School in Hangzhou.

Double occupancy rooms in Chinese-only supportive living/ learning community • Single occupancy accommodations are available upon request for an additional fee of $500 • Students are responsible for their own meals

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Visits to Shanghai, the Tea Museum, Silk Museum and farmer’s markets Chinese culture workshops

Program Fee: $2,050 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

4 URI credits Accommodations Visa In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Ecuador

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June 1 - 14, 2014 Location Often, an American’s engagement with Latin America is promoted in relation to issues of development or an engagement with the exotic through the promotion of the legacy of the Inca or impenetrable Amazon. This study tour seeks to shift the focus away from a hierarchal gaze that integrates Latin America into the American imaginary along the lines of center/periphery through an exploration of aesthetics. This program immerses students in the culture of Ecuador through an exploration of aesthetic expression.

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Students will earn 3 credits. Course available include: TMD 361 or TMD 362: Independent Study. • Students will explore culture through an aesthetic lens with readings, lectures, journaling and overall participation in the study tour. • Students will participate in basic Spanish language classes; however, they will not be graded on their language abilities. • Students will learn about the history of indigenous Incan/Spanish culture in relation to how these have influenced and are influencing aesthetic expression in Ecuador today.

Ecuador

Dormitory style, single or double occupancy Breakfast will be provided

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Visits to indigenous markets, artisan workshops and the town of Palileo City tours and museum visits Visit with University of Cuenca students

Program Fee: $2,500 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

3 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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France

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June 29 - July 26, 2014 Location The URI French Summer Program will take place in Perpignan, in the south of France. This beautiful city is situated near the Pyrenees Mountains, the Mediterranean Sea and Spain. This program is designed to allow students with no prior knowledge of French to fulfill their language requirements, and advanced French students to take classes that will count toward their French major/minor. Students will also be required to produce a short historical or cultural film based on their excursions. French locations to be visited include: Perpignan, Carcassonne, Thuir, Collioure, Banyuls, Castelnou, Villefrance de Conflent and Cuxa.

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Students will enroll 6 credits. Courses available include: • FRN 101 - Beginning French I • FRN 102 - Beginning French II • FRN 103 - Intermediate French I • FRN 104 - Intermediate French II • FRN 204 - French Composition I • FRN 207 - French Oral Expression I • FRN 304 - French Composition II • FRN 307 - French Oral Expression II • Instruction will take place at the University of Perpignan Via Domitia.

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Single occupancy, dormitory-style rooms Breakfast and weekday lunches provided

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Tour of Perpignan and local villages Museum and monument visits Excursions to the Pyrenees mountains, beaches, Figueres and Barcelona, Spain

Program Fee: $3,800 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

6 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast and weekday lunches In-country transportation Program-related excursion

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Ghana

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May 27 - June 9, 2014 Location The program will begin in Accra, the capital city, and then shift to the beautiful campus of the University of Cape Coast. The city of Cape Coast is the capital of the central region of Ghana. It is located 165km west of Accra, along the coastline of the Gulf of Guinea. Here, students will study at the modern campus and explore the bustling and historic city of Cape Coast with visits to the ocean side, fishing villages and more. Students will have the exciting opportunity to learn and experience African American Studies in an environment that promotes both academic and personal growth.

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Students will earn 3 or 6 credits. Courses available include: • Program A (3 credits): AAF 390: African American Rhetoric • Program B (6 credits): AAF 390: African American Studies and LAN 191: Twi language • Students will be required to complete mandatory coursework prior to departure for Ghana.

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Double occupancy rooms Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

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Tour of Cape Coast Visits to the Elmina Slave Castle and traditional African marketplaces See and hear traditional African drummers, musicians and dancers

Program Fee: $3,900 Program Fee Includes: • • • • • •

3-6 URI credits Round-trip airfare Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

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Greece

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June 29 - July 11, 2014 Location First in democracy and contending as a history, philosophy, architecture and honeymoon destination—this is Greece, a country that the gods on Mount Olympus seemed to favor quite a bit. These days, the economic situation is far from divine, but in the birthplace of Western civilization, you’ll realize it’s just the latest verse in the epic poem of Greek history. During this program, students will study the stories of Ancient Italy and Greece and visit many of the most famous sites associated with Athens, Delphi and Olympia.

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Students will earn 3 or 6 credits. Courses available include: • Program A (3 credits): CLA 395: Greek Mythology: Gods, Heroes, and Humans. All program participants are required to take this course. • Program B (6 credits): CLA 395 and CLA 497: Directed Study. Directed study project will have an aspect of Ancient Greek culture and civilization; component to be completed in Greece. It will require pre-departure research and will include a paper or other suitable final project due after returning from Greece. The project will be decided in consultation with the instructor. This course is optional. • Mandatory online classes will be held two weeks prior to departure from the US.

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Triple occupancy rooms Breakfast and dinner will be provided

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Visits to the Acropolis in Athens, Temple of Apollo, Delphi Museum and the site of the first Olympic Games • A full-day cruise of the Saronic Islands

Program Fees: EF Tours: $4,610 URI: $710

3-6 URI credits Round-trip airfare Accommodations Breakfast and dinner In-country transportation program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

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India

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May 15 - 30, 2014 Location

Delhi is a city that bridges two very different worlds. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi, created by the British Raj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. During this program, students will travel to Northern India, Pune and Mumbai to observe manufacturing and engineering in large, medium and small factories.

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Students will earn 3 credits. Courses available include: • ISE 240: Manufacturing processes • ISE 391: Independent Study. • Students registering for ISE 240 will be required to begin on-line classes prior to departure. • Two quizzes will be administered online before the departure date, two additional quizzes will be given during the tour and a final exam will be required within a week of returning to the US. • Students who register for ISE 391 will work with the instructor to write an independent report.

Triple or quadruple room occupancy Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

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Visits to factories, Taj Mahal and Red Fort Tours of cultural sites in North India, Pune and Mumbai.

Program Fee: $3,200 Program Fees Include: • • • • • •

3 URI Credits Round-trip airfare Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner In-country transportation Program related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

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Israel

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May 23 - June 15, 2014 Location This program is a three-week URI field school on the History & Archaeology of the Crusades, taught in the Medieval city of Akko (Acre), Israel. Through a unique collaboration with the Israel Antiquities Authority and Akko International Conservation Center, students participating in the land-based option of the program will experience total immersion in the world of the Crusades, while students choosing to participate in the underwater option will take part in the IAA-URI excavations of Akko’s ancient port.

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Students will earn 6 credits. Courses available include: • Option One - Land: HIS 393: The Crusades and HIS 391: Directed Study (land practicum). • Option Two - Underwater: HIS 393: The Crusades and HIS 391: Directed Study (underwater practicum). *AAUS scientific diving certification required. • Option Three - Graduate Research: HIS 591. Consult with instructors for graduate options.

Double occupancy rooms Breakfast and dinner provided

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Excursions to the following: • Apollonia • Arsuf • Beit She’an • Belvoir • Caesarea • Ein Afec • Horns of Hattin • Jerusalem

Program Fee: $4,700 Program Fees Include: • • • • • •

6 URI Credits Roundtrip airfare Accommodations Breakfast and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

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Calabria, Italy

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June 21 - July 18, 2014 Location Calabria, located on the southern tip of Italy, boasts unforgettable vistas across rugged mountains, vast golden wheat fields and age-old olive trees that grow as tall as eucalyptus. Step back into history when you visit ancient Greek and Roman ruins, tour beautiful Byzantine churches and walk the streets of medieval towns. Learn to cook traditional dishes and visit local artisans. Cultural events abound, from local festivals to traditional parties, meals, music and lectures by prominent Italian and international scholars.

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Students will earn 6, 7 or 9 URI credits. No previous Italian language study required. Courses are available in English and Italian. List of courses available online at uri.edu/international/italy

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Housing in either furnished apartments or dormitories Breakfast and dinner provided Wireless internet, TV, VCR and DVD are available at the center

Italian cooking classes Museum visits Movie nights Walking labs with local people Tours of Calabria with beach and/or mountain trips • Tours of archaeological sites and churches • Weekend tour of Puglia • Conference and seminars

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Program A: $4,050 Program B: $4,200 Program C: $4,500 Program Fee Includes: • • • • • •

6-9 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast and dinner Computer and wireless internet service In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Naples, Italy

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June 2 - 18, 2014 Location This two-week immersion program focuses on sustainable agriculture and food studies in Naples, Italy, where students will explore the Campania region that includes the Amalfi Coast and Islands, the rich agricultural areas of Caserta and Benevento, and the archeological site of Pompeii. Naples is the 3rd largest city in Italy and the most important port city in Southern Italy. Within its ancient facades, endless alleyways, and distinct neighborhoods, Naples offers a blend of frenetic, nonsensical goings-on that overwhelms the senses.

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Students will earn 3 credits. Courses available include: • APG 301H: Anthropology of Nutrition (Honors section) • APG 301, SOC 497: Field Studies in Sociology • APG 470: Problems in Anthropology Students will keep a journal during the 2-weeks. Students will complete readings on Sakai for pre-departure orientation and online classes. No previous Italian language study required.

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Explore the Campania region including the Amalfi Coast and Islands, Caserta and Benevento, and the archeological site of Pompeii. • Walking food tour of Naples: open-air markets, coffee bars, pastry shops, pizzerias, street food vendors, and trattorias. • A 2-3 day farm-stay with a sustainable agriculture project where students will participate in hands-on learning.

Housing in dormitories in the historic center of Naples Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

Program Fee: $3,500 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

3 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Japan

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August 2 - 13, 2014 Location The University of Rhode Island (URI) and the University of Tokyo (Todai) jointly offer a summer seminar on issues in coastal management. The course will focus on the likely impacts of climate change and potential adaptation strategies on fisheris, aquaculture and coastal development. The course will be co-taught by professors from Todai and URI. Seven students from Japan and seven students from the United States will participate in the program.

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Students will earn 3 credits. Courses available include: • MAF 591: Direct Study or Research • HIS 591: Direct Study or Research • EEC 591: Special Projects. • The course will initially take place online as students and faculty discuss readings and issues. The online introduction also enables the American and Japanese students to start building relationships before the start of the ten-day joint session.

Double occupancy rooms Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

Past Projects In 2013, the seminar took place at the URI Kingston and Bay campuses. It focused on the likely impacts of climate change on fisheries, aquaculture and coastal development in Southern New England. Teams of American and Japanese students worked together on adaptation proposals as their final projects.

Program Fee: $1,650 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

3 URI Credits Accommodation Breakfast, lunch and dinner In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Peru

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August 14 - 25, 2014 Location Students will begin the program in Lima, where they will be able to tour the city and learn about the culture and the government of Peru. From there, they will fly to Cusco and settle into the accommodations near the CerviCusco Clinic. Students will set up a laboratory for cervical cancer screenings, which includes adjustments to the microscopes available and prepares staining equipment that may be a modified stain depending on available resources. After screening for five days, students will have an opportunity to tour Cusco and Machu Picchu.

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Students will earn 6 credits for MLS 590: Special Problems in Clinical Lab Science. • Students will assist in the medical laboratory needs of the Inca/CerviCusco Clinic in Cusco, Peru with an emphasis on cervical screening and diagnosis for the women of rural Peru. • Students will be involved in the processing, screening and diagnosis of cervical Pap smears.

Double occupancy housing in hotel Breakfast and lunch provided

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Exploring the city of Lima Visiting cultural and historical sites in Cusco Excursion to Machu Picchu

Program Fee: $2,975 Program Fees Include: • • • • •

6 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast and lunch In-country transportation Program-related excursions

NOTE: All fees subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Salamanca, Spain

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July 1 - 30, 2014 Location Founded by the Romans, the city of Salamanca offers a resplendent setting for immersion in Spanish life, language and culture. Situated in the northwest region of Spain (about 120 miles from Madrid and near the border of Portugal), Salamanca boasts one of the oldest universities in the world and the oldest in Spain, as well as century old cathedrals and monuments, the country’s most magnificent examples of Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

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Students will earn 6 or 9 credits. PROGRAM A: Intensive Undergraduate Language and Culture. Courses available include: • SPA 101: Beginning Spanish I • SPA 102: Beginning Spanish II • SPA 103: Intermediate Spanish I • SPA 104: Intermediate Spanish II • SPA 205: Spanish Language & Style • SPA 206: Spanish Language & Style • SPA 207: Oral Expression in Spanish • PROGRAM B: Graduate (and Advanced Undergraduate) Literature, Language and Culture (6 graduate credits). • Full course list for Program B found at: uri.edu/international/spain

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Dormitory or home-stay with double or single occupancy rooms • Single-occupancy accommodations available upon request for an additional fee of 40 Euros (dorm) or 90 Euros (home-stay) payable in Spain. • Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided (vegetarian accommodations available)

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Excursions to Segovia, Andalucía (Córdoba, Granada), Toledo and Madrid Excursion to Lisbon, Fatima, Ciudad Rodrigo with side trips to beaches.

Program Fee: Program A: $3,650 Program B: $3,750

6-9 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner Medical Insurance In-country transportation Program related excursions

NOTE: All fees are subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED

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Tanzania

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June 1 - 10, 2014 Location This program is a multicultural service learning experience, visiting the cities of Arusha, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar. The first part of the program will be spent at the Maasai Joy Children’s Center, where participants will work with students and teachers. The cultural experience will extend beyond the classrooms with an afternoon immersion experience of life in a Maasai village and will culminate with an African safari.

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Students will earn 3 credits for KIN 391: Independent Study. • Students will prepare lessons and learn how to implement techniques that will be used at the Maasai Joy Children’s Center. • On-site, students will instruct lessons, offer classroom assistance to the teachers and organize a field day for the school. • Students will facilitate professional development for teachers on the latest techniques and strategies used in the U.S., as well as provide maintenance at the Maasai Joy Children’s Center.

Accommodations in a hostel and resort Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

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Afternoon immersion experience of life in a Maasai Village • African safari in Serengeti National Park

Program Fee: $4,700 Program Fee Includes: • • • • •

3 URI credits Accommodations Breakfast, lunch and dinner Tours and cultural activities In-country transportation

NOTE: All fees are subject to change AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED *Students have the option of extending their trip to climb Mount Kilimanjaro from June 11-19 for an additional fee of $3,380. See website for more information.

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Applying to a Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program Students applying to a Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program should do the following:

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Complete the G.I.S. online

- Go to uri.edu/international/gis - Review the General Information Session presentation - Remember to fill out and submit the online information form

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Download the application

from the website of your desired program, uri.edu/international/summer

Collect application materials

Each application requires: - Application Form - Program Release Form (included with application) - Transcript - Recommendation Form - Copy of your Passport information page - Completed Social Standing Form - Two Passport-Size Photos (Spain Only) - $150 Non-Refundable Deposit (the deposit will be applied to your program fee)

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Submit completed application

to the Office of International Education, International Center, 37 Lower College Road, Kingston, RI 02881.

Please review the Faculty-Led Programs website for application deadlines and up-todate program information: www.uri.edu/international/facultyled

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Payment and Scholarship Information Payment Information Payments for the URI Faculty-Led Education Abroad Programs can be made by either check or money order, payable to the University of Rhode Island. Please write your URI ID number and name of your program on the check or money order.

Payments should be mailed to: Enrollment Services 6 Rhody Ram Way Kingston, RI 02881 Payments may also be made electronically using credit card or ACH via the URI e-Campus system, http://www.uri.edu/es/students/bill/onlinepayinfo.html. Note: Convenience fees are applied and non-refundable. Final payments for summer programs are due ten days prior to the start of the program.

Financial Aid and Scholarship Information URI students that qualify for financial aid during the academic year are encouraged to speak with a URI financial aid advisor about the possibility of funding for summer programs. The Office of International Education has limited funding available to students participating in URI Faculty-Led Programs. Scholarships range from $100-$500. To be eligible, applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications: 1. Must be an undergraduate URI student. 2. Have been admitted to a URI Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program or submitted a complete application to the Office of International Education. 3. Have not received a scholarship for a previous URI Faculty-Led Program. 4. Be willing to complete a program evaluation for the Office of International Education when you return from your program. 5. Scholarship applications must be subitted to the Office of International Education by April 1, 2014. Salamanca Scholarships Any student (URI or Non-URI) participating in the URI Salamanca Summer Study Abroad Program is eligble to apply for the Salamanca Scholarships. Scholarship deadline is April 1, 2014. Scholarships available include: • • •

Five $1,000 scholarships for Graduate Students in Program B Five $500 scholarships for Undergraduate Students in Program B Several scholarships ranging from $150 - $500 for students in Program A

For additional scholarship information, please visit: www.uri.edu/international/scholarships

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Contact Information Office of International Education 37 Lower College Road Kingston, RI 02881 Phone: +1.401.874.5546 Fax: +1.401.874.4573 Email: spoie@etal.uri.edu Facebook: URI Study Abroad www.uri.edu/international


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