Over 50 students from the Annandale, Alexandria, Loudoun, Manassas and Woodbridge Campuses participated in study abroad programs with NOVA faculty during the 2014 Summer sessions. NOVA courses were taught all over the world including Brazil, Canada, China and England. The classes included:
• CHI 103: Beginning Spoken Chinese and CHI 295: Intermediate Business Chinese led by Professor Dali Tan
• ENG 272/HIS 295: Shakespeare’s England led by professors Stacy Rice and Rebecca Hayes
• ENV 195: Topics in Environmental Field Study in Brazil led by professors Jill Caporale and Kirk Goolsby
• GOL 295: Regional Field Geology in the Canadian Rockies led by Professor Callan Bentley
The NOVA classes in Brazil and China had the opportunity to interact with local students and faculty in the field and the classroom. In Canada, students developed their technical field skills by experiencing a variety of geologic processes as they hiked mountains, canyons and glaciers. In England, NOVA honors students were able to walk in the footsteps of Shakespeare.
Keep your eyes open for study abroad programs to be announced in November for Summer 2015!
For more information on how faculty can lead a study abroad program, contact Ana Alonso at email@example.com.
For information on student options for study abroad, contact Stacey Bustillos at firstname.lastname@example.org.