Opportunities for Immaculata Students
February 28, 2014 - March 7, 2014
Enjoy South America's beautiful sunny beaches on this tour led by Diane Grimes, chair of the Art Department. This eight-day tour is open to all IU students, staff and family. You have the option of earning credits in photography, digital art, painting, or drawing. A payment plan is available.
March 1 - March 9, 2014
Earn three credits in Irish studies or interdisciplinary credit in Theology, history or political science.
- Discover the legends and history of Dublin
- Walk in Stephen Dedalus’ footsteps
- Visit Galway, Yeats’ Tower, and Haunted Malahide Castle
- Kiss the Blarney Stone
May 29, 2014 – June 8, 2014
Theme: Exploring the Homeland of Hygeia and Hippocrates
Offered by the Division of Nursing as an optional three-credit elective in Spring 2014 (NUR 414)
Consider the world of nursing from an international perspective and learn more about the cradle of Western civilization through the art and archaeology of Athens and the Aegean.
Questions? Contact Prof. Beth Chiatti in the Division of Nursing at email@example.com
See detailed pricing at: www.explorica.com/Chiatti-2501
Earn three credits while experiencing the city of Paris from March 2-8, 2014. You’ll learn from and network with fashion professionals, visit museums, go shopping, and experience Parisian style.
The cost for the trip is $3,450, which includes classes, hotel and breakfast, airfare, two dinners, museum passes, and a bike tour and boat cruise.
Contact Chris Baeza for more information. A $500 deposit is due as soon as possible to hold your spot.
February 28 - March 9, 2014
Offered by the Biology Department as a three-credit lab science or elective. This trip is open to students, faculty, staff, etc. Earn three credits in a lab science (or an elective) while you zip line thru the jungle, measure and tag turtles, hike on lava beds from the Arenal Volcano, and much more...
Questions: Deb Tischler, ext. 3278, Loyola 201A
Deadline for registration/deposit ($150) is December 11, 2013.
For more information, visit the website! http://www.ecoteach.com/2014/immaculata