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November 2013

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Study abroad info session: Mexico

Study abroad info session: Mexico

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 3:30 PM
Location: 
306 Payson Smith Hall
Contact Name: 
Laura Blanton
Contact Email: 
Lblanton@usm.maine.edu

Professor Ettenger from the Department of Tourism and Hospitality will be holding an informational meeting to talk about the new study abroad travel course in Mexico, which focuses on sustainable development, tourism, and marine pollution in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Staff from the Office of International Programs will be on hand to answer any questions regarding financial aid, insurance, and the application process.

For more information, visit the program's webpage here.

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Study abroad info session: Mexico

Study abroad info session: Mexico

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 7, 2013, 12:00 PM
Location: 
300 Bailey Hall
Contact Name: 
Laura Blanton
Contact Email: 
Lblanton@usm.maine.edu

Professor Ettenger from the Department of Tourism and Hospitality will be holding an informational meeting to talk about the new study abroad travel course in Mexico, which focuses on sustainable development, tourism, and marine pollution in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Staff from the Office of International Programs will be on hand to answer any questions regarding financial aid, insurance, and the application process.

For more information, visit the program's webpage here.

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Study abroad info session: Criminology in Sweden

Study abroad info session: Criminology in Sweden

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 1:00 PM
Location: 
216 Abromson
Contact Name: 
Laura Blanton
Contact Email: 
Lblanton@usm.maine.edu

Professor Powell from the Criminology Department will be holding an informational meeting to talk about the Criminology in Sweden study abroad travel course.

Although students will earn credit for CRM 345, this travel course is not geared toward a specific major. Criminology has a wide appeal and may be of particular interest to the following majors: psychology, history, political science, biology, economics, and English.

Staff from the Office of International Programs will be on hand to answer any questions regarding financial aid, insurance, and the application process.

For more information, visit the program's webpage here.

 

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