EAS undergrads! Please join us for a special “Pizza and Provence” callout session: Monday, January 27, 5:30 PM, Geology Building S201 (new room # 2022).
Are you interested in an extraordinary interdisciplinary academic experience this summer? Come join us for three weeks exploring the rugged landscapes of Provence!
Join our intro-level "expedition" science and humanities course, "Treks in Provence: Geology, History, and Culture in southern France", taught jointly through the IU Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences and the Department of French and Italian.
The class offers a hands-on, inquiry-oriented introduction to the extraordinary geological and cultural setting of one of the most beautiful and environmentally diverse areas of Europe—from the rugged Mediterranean coast to the dramatic Provencal Alps. It’s open to all IU students – no prerequisites! Fulfills A&H Gen Ed science requirement and available for Honors credit.
The course centers on a 3-week field trip to Provence, June 3 - 22. Course fees are subsidized as part of the IU Bicentennial celebration. Scholarships are available for prospective EAS or Environmental Science majors, as well as majors in French & Italian.
Check it out! For more information, see https://provence.indiana.edu, where you'll find course information, some great photos from the field area and on-line application information. Application deadline is February 1.
Questions? Contact Michael Hamburger (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kelly Sax (email@example.com).