J-Term 2014 Course Offerings

With 23 program offerings to choose from, 310 PLU students participated in these study away courses (featured below) during J-Term 2014.

International Offerings:
Journey to the End of the Earth: Antarctica and Argentina

Charles Bergman, English
bergmaca@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Australian Media

Arthur Land, Communication
landam@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Music Capitals of the World

Edwin Powell, Music
powellec@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Caribbean/Cuban History

Gina Hames, History
hamesgl@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Comparative Ecology of Latin America

William Teska, Biology
teska@plu.edu

Supplemental Application: You are advised to complete the supplemental application form between the 21stof February and the 22nd of March (If possible, please attend the information session on the 20th of February prior to submitting the application). The date that your supplemental application is received will be used to establish the priority in assigning the cabins on the boat in the Galápagos Islands.

The supplemental application form should be returned directly to William Teska, while other application materials concerning study of J-term off-campus should be sent to the Wang Center. It is recommended that you either have your finished supplemental application put in Mr. Teska’s campus mailbox or slid under his office door (Room 143, Rieke).

COURSE CLOSED

The Industrial Revolution

Solveig Robinson, English
robinssc@plu.edu

Peter Grosvenor, Political Science
grosvepc@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

England with a Real Hairy Potter

Steven Sobeck, Art
sobecksm@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Tudor England

Michael Halvorson, History
halvormj@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

European Roots of Child Development Study

Christine Moon, Psychology
mooncm@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Church History Studies: Reformation Initiatives for the Poor in Rome

Samuel Torvend, Religion
torvensa@plu.edu

*NOTE: A supplemental application form is required for this program! Please download the supplemental application, type your responses, save it to your computer, and send the completed form directly to Professor Torvend as an email attachment before 5:00pm on March 18th. Once your supplemental application form has been received, Professor Torvend will contact you to schedule an interview. Interviews will be scheduled during March 18-22 and April 1-5. If you have any questions about the supplemental application form or the interviews, please contact Professor Torvend directly.

A general Wang Center Study Away application form is also required. Please download the Wang Center application and submit a printed copy along with your application fee to the Wang Center before 5:00pm on April 12th. If you have any questions about the general Wang Center Study Away application form, please contact the Wang Center: wang.center@plu.edu.

COURSE CLOSED

Investigating Environmental & Economic Change

Karen Travis, Economics
traviskm@plu.edu

Martin Wurm, Economics
wurmma@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Liberia: Post-traumatic Growth of a Nation

JoDee Keller, Social Work
kellerjg@plu.edu

Supplemental Application

COURSE CLOSED

French Language/Caribbean Culture

Rebecca Wilkin, Languages and Literatures
wilkinrm@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Comparative Education - Namibia

Paula Leitz, Associate Professor of Education (on phased retirement)
leitzph@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Learning While Tramping on the Tracks of New Zealand

Bradford Moore, Movement Studies and Wellness Education
moorebl@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Children's and Adolescent Literature

Jan Lewis, Instructional Development and Leadership
lewisjp@plu.edu

Judy Hassen, Instructional Development and Leadership
hassenjk@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Dialogue in Northern Ireland

Amanda Feller, Communications and Theatre
fellerae@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

More Information

Intensive Spanish in Uruguay

Giovanna Urdangarain, Hispanic Studies
urdangga@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Domestic Offerings:
Economics of Sports

Mark Reiman, Economics
reimanma@plu.edu

Norris Peterson, Economics
petersna@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

The Religions of East Asia

Erik Hammerstrom, Religion
hammerej@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Supplemental Application

Existentialism

Sergia Hay, Philosophy
haysk@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Makah Culture Past and Present

David Huelsbeck, Anthropology
huelsbdr@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Comparative Ecology of Latin America

Kathy Russell, Social Work
russelkz@plu.edu

Karen Fieland, Social Work
fielankc@plu.edu

COURSE CLOSED

Cancelled Courses:
Exploring Egypt: From the Pharaohs to Cleopatra

Donald Ryan, Humanities
ryandp@plu.edu

Rochelle Snee, Classics (Languages & Literatures)
sneere@plu.edu

The Religions of East Asia

Greg Johnson, Philosophy
johnsogs@plu.edu

Intensive Performance Study: Conservatory Experience - Organ

Paul Tegels, Music
tegelspa@plu.edu

Comparative Education

Frank Kline, Dean, School of Education and Movements Studies
klinefm@plu.edu

Understanding the Art and Culture of Bali

Jp Avila, Art & Design
avilajg@plu.edu

Turkey: A Start where Middle East Meets the West

Ufuk Ince, School of Business
inceua@plu.edu

Management Lessons from Literature

Thomas Krise, PLU President
president@plu.edu

COURSE WILL BE OFFERED ON-CAMPUS DURING J-TERM 2014