Second Semester Integrative Courses

October 8th, 2002 by Adam

Two spring 2003 integrative courses include travel components. Students and community members are invited to explore archaic Greece as a part of the three credit course (IS41) Archaic Greece: The Age of Experiment, which is being taught by PSC Professors Susan Tucker and David Switzer second semester.

The course will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2-3:15 p.m. and the travel will occur during PSC spring break, March 13-22, 2003.

A limited number of noncourse participants will be able to join the expedition. The travel portion of the trip (in addition to tuition for those enrolled) will cost approximately $1,500 with the first payment due in November. For information contact Dave Switzer at 535-2500 (dswitzer@mail.plymouth.edu) or Sue Tucker at 535-2547 (stucker@mail.plymouth.edu). An information flyer is available at www.plymouth.edu/psc/pscnews/newsimages/archaic_greece.pdf

Students in IS377.01, France: An Artist’s Point of View, will travel to Brittany and Paris, France from May 21-June 5, 2003 to explore historical monuments and inspiring landscapes, and “exercise their sesnse by sketching, painting and journaling on site at each location on the journey.” The course, which is taught by Carol Jowdy (Art), will meet on campus February 12, April 9 and May 7 from 2-4 p.m. Advance payment will be required. For information call Carol Jowdy at 535-2201 or e-mail cjowdy@mail.plymouth.edu.

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