Posts tagged with “Carleton Programs” (All posts)

Political Economy and Ecology in Southeast Asia 

12 October 2023

Faculty Director Dr. Tun Myint, who leads Political Economy and Ecology in Southeast Asia, shares highlights of this winter’s study-abroad trip as well as the unique insights into themselves and the world around them that students will gain through their experiences.

students set up campsite in forest

Introducing Ecology and Anthropology in Tanzania to a Wider Audience

6 September 2023

The fall of 2022 marked the first time that Ecology and Anthropology in Tanzania operated under Carleton’s direction. By Helena Kaufman, Director of OCS, and Rob Quanbeck, Program Manager of GEP.

Giraffe in Tanzania

Student Reflections from Transylvania

2 May 2023

Mariam Zewdu ’24, Mia Strubel Iram ’25, Nate Ellis ’24, Brandon Moore ’24, Becky Reinhold ’25, Reagan Wills ’24, Etta Humes ’25, Graci Huff ’25, Sandy Ramirez ’24, Wesley Rosenberg ’25, and Mike Kombate ’23 share their experiences in Romania through architecture, history, religion, and more.

Crowd of faithful after the Easter Village at the Holy Trinity Church, Sighisoara

Crossing into Eastern Europe: Facts, Images, and People

2 May 2023

Join Carleton students as we explore the beautiful landscape that is Eastern Europe and learn about the deep, rich culture that lives in Romania and its surrounding European countries!

Students in Romania

Last Judgments with Jacob Sanders ’25

27 April 2023

Jacob Sanders ’25 shares his experiences in Rome near Sant’Antonio and Padova.

Chapel in Sant’Antonio Basilica

A Review of Italian Gelato with Matt Wyffels ’23

27 April 2023

Matt Wyffels ’23, an Economics major, describes the Italian gelato he has on the History, Religion, and Urban Change in Medieval and Renaissance Rome Spring 2023 trip!

Portogallo: Example of the silver tins

Frescoes and Mosaics with Margaret De Fer ’24

27 April 2023

Margaret De Fer ’24, shares her travel experiences on the History, Religion, and Urban Change in Medieval and Renaissance Rome Spring ’23 OCS program.

One of the many walls of frescoes depicting the last days of Jesus

Living London: Writing City, Creating Self

26 April 2023

Faculty Director Gregory Hewett describes what makes London such a special place to study theater, literature, music, and visual art and why he is excited to lead the Living London: Writing City, Creating Self program.

road in london

Climate Change and Human Health in Ethiopia with Alexander Vue ’25

3 April 2023

Alexander Vue ’25 shares his reflections about his time and experiences in Ethiopia on the Climate Change and Human Health program as well as how it reaffirmed his goals for becoming a doctor.

selfie of students

Climate Change and Human Health in Ethiopia with Leo Jordan ’24

3 April 2023

Leo Jordan ’24 shares his experiences and adventures on the Climate Change and Human Health in Ethiopia OCS program through his photography.

A Baboon in Wolkite, Ethiopia