Innocence Abroad

International study opportunities abound for Moravian students, who may take a May term intensive course or a summer trip sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges.

LVAIC has been offering study-abroad programs since 1983. This year it will co-sponsor semester programs in Bonn or Cologne, Germany, and Dijon, France.

In addition, there are these LVAIC-sponsored summer programs:

• Akademie Internationale Bildung, Bonn, Germany. May 26-July 7. Program director: Professor Vera Stegmann, Lehigh University, 610 758-5026, vss2@lehigh.edu.

• Center for Cross-Cultural Study, Seville, Spain. Session 1: June 2-26. Session 2: June 30-July 24. Program director: Professor Erika M. Sutherland, Muhlenberg College, 484 664-3518, emsuther@muhlenberg.edu.

• Dante Alighieri Language Center, Rome. May 28-July 7. Program director: Professor George Rosa, Lafayette College, 610 330-5261, rosag@lafayette.edu.

• Centro Internacional de Lengue y Cultura, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico. May 2-July 1. Program director: Professor Nilsa Lasso-von Lang, Moravian College, 610 861-1393, nilsa@moravian.edu.

There are also these May term and summer courses from Moravian:

• “Japanese Aesthetics and Imagination: Culture Is Art/Art Is Political.” Anne Dutlinger, chair of the Art Department; Krista Steinke, assistant professor of art; Lisa Fischler, assistant professor of political science; and Chris Jones, assistant professor of biology. May 18-June 24. Information: Ext. 1689.

• John Bevington, professor of biology, exploring the ecology of the rain forest in the Amazon basin. May 10-June 9. Ext. 1430, mejvb01@moravian.edu.

• Jean-Pierre Lalande, professor of French and economics, expansion of the European Union. May 21-June 9. Ext. 1399, mejpl01@moravian.edu.

• Connie Unger, assistant professor of education, literacy programs in New Zealand. July 9-August 4. Ext. 7902, mecsu01@moravian.edu.


Student Travels This Semester

Lisa Bott, Phillipsburg, N.J., and Miquel McDonald, Chester, both ’05, Nice, France.

Kate Laczynski, Pearl River, N.Y., Michelle Lala, New Hope, Jill Vaccaro, South Salem, N.Y., and Alana Speicher, Fleetwood, all ’05, Florence, Italy.

James Maurath ’06, East Stroudsburg, and Sarah Wagenseller ’05, Levittown, University of Erfurt, Germany.

Katie Suib ’05, Milanville, Seville, Spain.

Jonathan Thomas ’05, Port Carbon, University of Sunderland, England.

Samantha Bugera ’04, Fleetwood, Macquarie University, Australia.

Emily Goodman ’04, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., Anglo-American student teaching program, London.

Kelly Holland ’05, Bethlehem, Granada, Spain.

Lisa, Miquel, James, Kelly, and Katie have won Stanley Banach Scholarships for foreign-language students.

January 6, 2004

Global Visions:
A special issue of InCommon devoted to international study.

Machu Picchu:
Prize-winning photo in International Studies competition.

Bailar, Comer, Reir:
Fiesta Latina celebrates Hispanic heritage.

Innocence Abroad:
Foreign study opportunities.

Musical Chairs:
Join the Wind Ensemble or orchestra at Moravian.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Princeton:
Moravian archivist curates an exhibit of George Kennan's papers at Princeton.