Summer Semester 2021 features two complete semesters in Kenya and New York City each worth 4 units of credit. Applications in Studio Abroad will be open on September 21st. Application should be submitted no later than the deadline of November 2nd, 2020.
Summer Semester 2021 also features 8 on-campus courses with an overseas short-term travel component, each worth 2 units of credit: Psychology in Australia; Government in Belgium & France; Global Studies, Sociology & History in Ghana; Global Studies, History, & Peace Studies in Ireland; Government in Israel; Psychology in London; Biology in Nepal; Environmental Studies in Switzerland.
Applications for courses with short-term travel components in Studio Abroad will be open on September 21st. The deadline to submit applications is December 14th, 2020. Accepted students will need to register for the course with an overseas short-term travel component in APR2 during the Summer Semester Registration period at the beginning of the Spring semester. Tuition, room and board are included in the student's comprehensive fees if SUMMER is your second semester of the academic year 2020-2021. Airfare, visas and other additional costs are the responsibility of the student. Additional financial aid may be available to assist with these costs. Contact CIIS email@example.com for more information.
Summer Semester 2021 also offers Outdoor Leadership courses during summer session I, May 3-June 4.
Listing: 1. ODST 3003, Advanced Topics of Outdoor Leadership & Education (Guide Training course) . One unit
2. ODST SPTP: Wilderness Medicine. One unit
Units: Two SLU units (7.2 credit hours). Courses Length: 5 weeks
Prerequisites: None, but application required; students must register for both courses
ODST 3003. Advanced Topics of Outdoor Leadership and Education.This intensive, field-based course culminates with a 9 day expedition in the Canadian wilderness during which students apply the leadership and teaching skills learned through lectures and labs during the semester. This is a student-designed and instructor-facilitated experience, in which students develop risk management plans, course itineraries and outdoor education lesson plans specific to a wilderness expedition, and assume direct leadership roles implementing their developed lesson plans. The course is designed for students who will work as outdoor guides and educators in the St. Lawrence University Outdoor Program and other professional organizations.
ODST SPTP: Wilderness Medicine. Students will learn the theory and practice of wilderness medicine. Co-taught by outdoor professionals with years of experience as outdoor leaders, EMT’s and and an ER nurse, this course will be hands-on and students who successfully complete the course will receive professional certification as Wilderness First Responders.
The Sophomore Sustainability Internship Experience provides an experiential learning environment where students discover how to live sustainably while developing real world problem solving skills and professional, career-related work experience. Sustainability is inherently interdisciplinary and values diversity. We welcome sophomores from all backgrounds, experience levels, and academic interests.
The two credit internship provides hands-on living-learning as part of one of two five-week blocks at the St. Lawrence University’s organic farm. In addition to the summer Sophomore Sustainability Internship Experience, the site operates a full year Sustainability Program, student and faculty led research, and entrepreneurial opportunities like the student run farm to table campus café. The internship involves the day-to-day work of an organic farm (i.e. operations, livestock care, planting, cover cropping, weeding, harvesting, preserving), skill-based training workshops to prepare students for a multitude of careers, and mini-research projects are incorporated. The internship is ideal for students interested in sustainability, environmental science, climate science, biology, ecology, agriculture, soil science, animal science, plant research and horticulture, disease and pest management, food science, food waste, natural resource management, business and economics, community resilience, advocacy, environmental justice, public health, and policy.
With the sustainability internship, students learn by using a systems-based approach. They make connections with professionals and SLU alumni to explore the local food system, including farms, farmers, researchers, and people in industry, government, and NGOs. Students selecting either of the two five-week blocks may, at the time of application, indicate that they would like to live at the farm site for their other study block. Application Deadline: 2 Nov. 2020. For more information visit the Sustainability Program and/or write to Dr. Sara Asphole.
Note: Students accepted to the Sophomore Sustainability Internship Experience may also apply for the full year Sustainability Program Fall 2021/Spring 2022 by the March 1st 2021 deadline.