Below are the WSP 2013 travel courses. Registration
for WSP travel courses will take place prior to the registration
for other WSP courses. YOU CAN ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE WSP TRAVEL COURSE, so think carefully about your first choice selection before submitting the form!
In fact, you should not submit a form until you have attended the travel course organizational meetings that will take place during the first few weeks of fall semester when instructors will go over details about the courses.
If you are on study away during fall semester, in lieu of attending the meeting, you should contact the instructor via email to get more information about the course. (Note: Students who plan to be on leave Fall AND Spring semester are not eligible to participate in Winter Study Travel Courses.)
TRAVEL COURSE REGISTRATION
If, after reading the descriptions and consulting with the instructor,
you decide that you would like to register for one of these courses
as your first choice for a WSP project, complete the attached form no later than
4:30 p.m. on Thursday, 27 September, 2012.
If you decide that you do not want to register for a travel course
as a first choice, you do not have to do anything at this time.
Registration for other WSP courses will take place October 17-21
via SELFREG. If you do not get your first choice and want to try
to get into a travel course as an alternate option, you can only
be added to that course with the permission of the instructor and
only if space is still available.
*Denotes courses being offered by instructors who are not on campus.
WSP Travel Courses
AFR 25 Touring Black Religion in the `New' South (Same as Environmental Studies 26 and Religion 26) (James.Manigault-Bryant@williams.edu; Rhon.Manigault-Bryant@williams.edu) -- informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 19th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Schapiro Hall 141.
ARTH 25 Williams in NOLA: Recovery and Rebuilding in Post-Katrina New Orleans (firstname.lastname@example.org)* -- informational meeting on Monday, Sept. 17th at 6 p.m. in Hopkins Hall 002.
CHIN 25 Study Tour to Taiwan (Cornelius.Kubler@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Thursday, September 20th at 8 p.m. in Hollander 241.
CHEM 25 Paleoanthropology in Egypt (Same as ANTH 25) (Anne.Skinner@williams.edu)
COMP 25 Transnational Narratives on the Mexico-US Border (Same as LATS 25)
ENVI 25 California Agriculture (Henry.Art@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18th at 7:30 p.m. in Biology 202.
GEOS 25 Field Geology in the Colorado Front Range-the Geologic Evolution of the Southern Rocky Mountains (Reinhard.Wobus@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Tuseday, Sept. 18th at 7:15 p.m. in Clark 204.
INST 25 Art of Experience in Egypt: Visual Documentation of Journey and Encounter (Julia.Morgan-Leamon@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Thursday, Sept. 20th at 7 p.m. in Griffin 6. Click here for the application for this course.
LEAD 25 Justice and Public Policy (Same as PSCI 15) (Michael Keating; email@example.com)*-- informational meeting on Friday, Sept. 21st 12:15-1:00 p.m. in Hopkins Hall 001.
MATH 25 The History, Geography and Economics of the Wines of France (Richard.DeVeaux@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 19th at 7 p.m. in Physics 203.
MUS 25 The Calusa Indians of Southern Florida: The Cultural Legacy and Inspiration of an Extinct Civilization (Ileana.Perez-Velazquez@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Monday, Sept. 24th at 4 p.m. in Brooks Rogers.
PSCI 25 Eye Care and Culture on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua (Robert.Peck@williams.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org)-- informational meeting on Sunday, Sept. 23rd at 7 p.m. in Hopkins Hall 001.
REL 25 Jerusalem: One City, Two Cultures, Three Faiths, Many Narratives (Robert.Scherr@williams.edu)
RUSS 25 Williams in Georgia (Same as SPEC 25) (Julie.Cassiday@williams.edu)-- informational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18th from 7-8 p.m. in Hollander Hall 317.
WGSS 25 Computer Trainings for HIV Positive Youth in Rural Uganda (Kiaran.Honderich@williams.edu) -- informational meeting on Tuesday 18 Sept, 6.30 - 7.30 pm in Schapiro 129.
SPEC 26 Teaching, Doctoring and Living With Refugees and Immigrants (Same as AMST 26 and HIST 26) (email@example.com)*-- two informational meetings: Sept. 13th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Paresky 112 and Sept. 14th from 7:30-9:00 a.m. in Pareskey 112.
*The instructors for these courses do not reside in the local area. The preferred mode of contact is email.
WINTER STUDY 2013 TRAVEL COURSE REGISTRATION