During D-Term, several faculty will be teaching international courses, holding their classes overseas, and be joined by staff members as well. Two classes are heading to Germany and Greece.
• Germany, Dec. 1-18:
Eleven students are enrolled in “Exploring Berlin, Germany: A Cultural, Multicultural and Historical Treasure.” Gregory Wolf, associate professor of German, and Kevin McCarthy, area hall director and housing coordinator, Schneller Hall, will accompany students.
• Greece, Dec. 4-16:
Seventy-eight students are taking the course “The Role of Greece in Southeast Europe.” Three faculty members will accompany students to Greece: Robert Moussetis, associate professor of international business; David Gray, assistant professor of accounting; and Tom Cavenagh, Schneller Sisters Professor of Leadership, Ethics and Values, and professor of business law and conflict resolution. Three staff members will also travel: Alice Stonebraker, administrative assistant to the vice president for business affairs; Elizabeth Nielsen, admission counselor; and Jared Bogan, area hall director, Seager Residence Hall.