I'm very excited to announce that we can now create blogs on the website! These blogs aren't for individuals necessarily, but rather those who wish to blog under the institutional umbrella. For instance, the Center for Prairie Studies has a Director's Corner and the Faulconer Gallery has a Director's Blog called "Art Worlds Every Day," both of which were on the retro site and can now be supported on the new site.
Why study in Costa Rica?
Why study with IES in Tokyo?
- Highly intensive ten-credit Japanese language study
- Range of additional humanities and social studies courses in English
- Field trips to various parts of Japan
- Housing in home-stay or single-sex university residence with Japanese students
Why choose SEA Semester?
- Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
- Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
- Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
- Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.
- Program options serving a variety of different interests in the European, Caribbean, Polynesian or New Zealand regions.
- The Semester in Environmental Science Program (SES) is offered by the Ecosystems Center, the ecological research arm of the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), an international institution for research and education in biology founded in 1888. In addition to MBL's permanent scientific staff of over 100, the Ecosystems Center is staffed by 13 senior scientific personnel who collaborate on more than 30 federally funded research projects.
- The National Theatre Institute (NTI) has been described by the New York Times as a "boot camp" for aspiring young theatre artists.
- In a thirteen-week semester - comprised of seven-day schedules - students are offered a very intensive, wide-ranging and practical experience in professional theatre in an atmosphere similar to that of a repertory company working together on a series of projects.
- On the ACM Newberry Seminar in the Humanities Program, students have access to the rich collections of books and manuscripts of one of America's foremost research libraries in the humanities, located on the near north side of Chicago.
The ACM Chicago Program gives students a solid grounding - knowledge, resources, and connections - and the flexibility to follow their passions.
Students are encouraged to explore the big issues facing cities today and relate those issues to their own lives, education and career aspirations.
The program offers three main areas of emphasis: