Summer 2019 Study Abroad Programs

Faculty-led Programs from Across Campus

MACC Program Company Visit in ParisSOLES graduate students in Brazil

During Summer 2019, USD sent over 40 faculty members from the various Schools/Colleges to travel abroad with USD undergraduate and graduate students for academic study. A wide variety of disciplines were instructed, and some included community engagement and cultural immersion learning activities. The various locations, faculty and courses are listed below.

INTERNATIONAL CENTER

Salzburg, Austria

Barbara Wrasidlo- GERM 201/394: Third Semester German/German Immersion

 

Beijing & Shanghai, China

Eric Jiang- COMP 494: Data Mining

 

London, England

Brian Clack – PHIL 112: London: Plague, Fire and Riot

Nadav Goldschmied – PSYC 364: Sport Psychology

John Halaka- ARTV 101/302/403: Drawing London- Meditations on the History of Culture Through the Art of a City

Ernie Kim – ELEC 201: Electrical Circuits

Cameron Parker – MATH 494: Cryptography & War: How Mathematicians Saved Democracy 

 

Paris, France

Jonathan Bowman – COMM 481: Les Amours et Les Amis: Relationships in Modern France

Michelle Camacho – SOCI 411: Tourist Economy in France – Work and Labor

Sylvie Ngilla McGraw - FREN 300: Advanced Conversation

Michael Kelly – PHIL 334: Philosophy and Ethics of the Revolution

 

Paris & Strasbourg, France

Barbara Bliss – FINA 405: International Financial Management

Maria Kniazeva – MKTG 305: Global Marketing

Andrea Flynn – MKTG 410: Marketing Research

 

Salerno, Italy

Antonio Iannotta - ITAL 201: Third Semester Italian

 

New Zealand (Multi-city)

Michel Boudrias – EOSC 303: Environmental Issues in a Global Context

Julia Cantzler – SOCI 473: Sustainability: Sociological Perspectives

Andrew Tirrell – POLS 348: Indigenous Peoples and the Environment

 

Johannesburg & Makuleke, South Africa

Lisa Nunn & Mike Williams – POLS 343/SOCI 375: Education, Citizenship, and Politics in South Africa

 

Hawaii, US

David Shirk – POLS 494/594: Politics of International Disaster and Crisis Management

 

GLOBAL CENTER - SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATION SCIENCES

Rio de Janeiro & Sao Paulo, Brazil

Heather Herrera- LEAD 568: Global Perspectives in Higher Education

 

Falmouth, Jamaica

Ian Martin- COUN 510: Career Development Across Lifespans

 

Falmouth, Jamaica

Kristopher Hall- COUN 515: Multicultural Counseling

 

Falmouth, Jamaica

Wendell Callahan- COUN 508: Research Methods

 

Madrid, Spain

Fred Galloway- LEAD 607: Applied Statistics and Quantitative Research

 

Madrid, Spain

Antonio Jimenez-Luque- LEAD 611: Leadership Theories: Past, Present, and Future

 

Madrid, Spain

Viviana Alexandrowvicz- EDUC 579: Changemakers in K-12 Education: National and International Perspectives

 

Oxford, United Kingdom

Reyes Quezada- EDUC 504: Comparative Education

 

Arusha, Magamba, and Zanzibar, Tanzania

Rebekka Jez- EDUC 579: Education in Post-Colonial Context

 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marcus Lam- LEAD 579: Vietnam and Globalization: Nonprofit and Educational Leadership Policy and Practice

 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

James Fabionar- EDUC 579: Vietnam and Globalization: Nonprofit and Educational Leadership Policy and Practice

 

AHLERS CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Lisbon, Portugal & Madrid, Spain

Denise Dimon - GSBA 508/MSGL 512: Law, Policy and Ethics in a Global Context

Rangapriya Kannan-Narasimhan - GSBA 594: Corporate Entrepreneur, Innovation and New Venture Creation  

Carsten Zimmermann - GSBA 580: Global Innovation Strategies

 

Paris, France; London, England; Rome, Italy

Mark Judd & Diane Pattison - MACC 580/581 & ACCT 480/481: International Accounting Standards & European Business Environments

 

Mondragon, Spain

David Herrera & Allison Howitt - GSBA 594: Models of Participatory Leadership (in partnership with SOLES)

 

SCHOOL OF LAW

Paris, France

Pierre Legrand - LWYP528 Comparative Law  

Michael Hawkins, M. Margaret McKeown - LWYP550: International Internet & Intellectual Property Law

 

London, England

David Brennan - LWYL545: International Arbitration

Frederick Heller - LWYL550: International Deals

Contact:

Kanani Meheula
ckmeheula@sandiego.edu
6192606801

First-Year Applications are due December 15