8 November 2017
Physics major Jacob Cohen ’19 is currently participating in an Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) off-campus study program in Costa Rica. Recently he, along with his ACM cohort, spent…
3 November 2017
Dr. Iveta Jusová, director of the Carleton Global Engagement Women’s and Gender Studies in Europe program, was recently honored with the prestigious Heldt Prize for her book Czech Feminisms: Perspectives…
31 October 2017
Three Carleton students have written blog posts about their experiences on Round River Conservation Studies fall semester programs. Check out Caroline Foster’s ’19 blog post giving a species account of…
Carleton Spanish Studies in Madrid Program Featured in Local University Newsletter18 October 2017
The Carleton Spanish Studies in Madrid program was recently featured in the newsletter of the History and Geography Department at the Complutense University in Madrid. You can read the article here (in Spanish). Scroll to page 8.
Three students awarded Boyd-Niles Travel Fellowship!13 October 2017
This year, three students have been selected to receive a Boyd-Niles Student Travel Fellowship to help them pursue additional site visits during their time abroad. The three students are: Levi Atkinson ’19, Emily Schwartz ’19, and August Lindgren-Ruby ’20.
The Boyd-Niles Student Travel Fellowship honors two fantastic professors of medieval and Renaissance history at Carleton, Catherine Boyd and Philip Niles. Students who win this award receive up to $500 to assist in their pursuits of additional site visits that encourage a deeper understanding of the world between ca. 300 and ca. 1650, with a particular emphasis on Europe, the Mediterranean basin, and the broader Middle East. Fellowship recipients will present on their research and experiences upon their return to campus.
To know more about this fellowship opportunity or to apply for during next year’s Summer and Fall programs, check out the MARS (Medieval and Renaissance Studies) department’s website here!
Boyd-Niles Student Travel Fellowship13 September 2017
Applications for the Boyd Niles Student Travel Fellowship are due October 2, 2017.
Established to recognize two great professors of medieval and Renaissance history at Carleton, Catherine Boyd and Philip Niles, the Boyd Niles Student Travel Fellowship is intended to allow students already studying abroad to pursue additional site visits or experiences that will enhance their understanding of the world between ca. 300 and ca. 1650, with a particular emphasis on Europe, the Mediterranean basin, and the broader Middle East. Each year at least two fellowships of up to $500 (one for Summer and Fall OCS programs; one for Winter and Spring programs) will be awarded to students who propose compelling site visits or experiences. Students receiving the prize will be expected to bring their experience back to campus in some meaningful way.
Students pursuing both Carleton and non-Carleton OCS programs will be considered.
3 August 2017
Find out how study abroad taught Carleton student Pallav Kumar to view the world from new perspectives in his blog called Reflections from Ecuador: Understanding the Complexities of Labels and…
Are you a Spanish major or an alum of the Madrid program? Apply to be an ambassador for Study in Spain!27 July 2017
If you went on the Madrid program or are a Spanish major, you can apply to be an ambassador for Study in Spain. Look at this informational pamphlet and contact Humberto Huergo if you are interested.
Follow the experience of students studying Irish Literature, Art, Performance, and Culture in Ireland.
27 July 2017
Experience a traditional Moroccan family meal in this article written by Carleton students, Anna Karmel and Carolyn Ward with photographs by Justine Sazafran, all participants in the Winter 2017 CAMS program in Morocco, Lisbon, and Berlin. Plus, check out a mouthwatering recipe for Moroccan Chicken!