Bosons, Space and
Deep Dark Places
CERN, Pyrenean Cave Art and the Pic du Midi Telescope: A journey from cutting-edge experimentation to early art expression and beyond
May 13 - 22, 2013
We invite you to join Dr. Patricia Princehouse and Dr. Glenn Starkman of the Institute for the Science of Origins, a partnership of Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and ideastream, for this custom-designed tour that takes us from the world’s most powerful superconducting super collider to some of the earliest surviving examples of cave art hidden in the rugged Pyrenees Mountians, to the astronomical observatory atop the highest mountain in France. We combine these unique experiences with discussions of local geology and wildlife with scientific experts. View the PDF brochure.
Please contact Michael Benz at Professional Travel with any questions: 440.734.8800 x4055
Heritage Tour of British Engineering
With engineering professor Dario Gasparini and
university trustee and
alumnus Lawrence M. Sears
June 12 - 20, 2013
See the United Kingdom as you’ve never seen it before. Enjoy an exclusive, all-access look at London, Liverpool and Edinburgh through an engineering lens. Explore the cities with friends and alumni of the Case School of Engineering. This once-in-a-lifetime, customized trip will journey through all disciplines of engineering as you explore Britain’s historical contributions to technology. Reservations are required by February 15, 2013.
For more information visit the Case School of Engineering website or contact:
Karen Carr Tailored Creative Travel
440.893.0759 // email@example.com
Explore and Experience Classical Greece with The Laura & Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program
With CWRU Classics Professor Rachel Sternberg
March 7 - 16, 2013
An Introduction to some of the major monuments and museum of Athens as well as some of the most important sites outside the city. The hotel is close to the Acropolis, and within walking distance of the Athens Centre.
In Athens visit the Acropolis, the Acropolis Museum, the Temple of Zeus, and the National Museum. Three 1-day field trips to Delphi, to the Peloponnese to see Mycenae, Epidaurus, and Nauplion and the island of Aegina, to see the temples of Aphaia and Apollo. Half-day trips to the Temple of Poseidon, and to the sites of Rhamnous and Marathon.
COST (per person): Single occupancy: $2,562 - Double Occupancy: $2,047 (NOTE: does not include air travel).
Prior to registration all applicants must be approved for participation by Professor Sternberg. Please contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Programs at MSASS
Take an educational holiday overseas during Winter Break or Spring Break. Engage in cross-cultural studies of social policies and practices for health and human services. Several three-credit travel-abroad courses are available for all students from all majors and programs as well as working professionals in health and human services. Groups are traveling to India, The Netherlands, Guatemala and Poland in 2013.
For more information contact Debby Jacobson, PhD, director of International Education Programs.