Sewanee Summer in Cartagena, Colombia

Nine students stayed with host families in the residential area of Manga in Cartagena, Colombia, for five weeks in June and July. Students studied the colonial history of Latin America in Spanish 303 and received guidance in speaking and understanding in Spanish 326. The program was in partnership with the Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar which is based in Manga. A few highlights from the trip included historical landmarks like Castillo San Felipe, cultural events like cooking classes, and beautiful beaches like Playa Tranquilla.

Information Session on Study Abroad in Germany

Join the folks at the German House for an information session about study abroad opportunities in Germany!
-Hear about your fellow students' study abroad experiences in Germany.
-Learn about upcoming opportunities to study in Germany.
-Enjoy pizza (while supplies last)
Tuesday, Sept. 4
8:00P.M.-9:00P.M.
at the German House (corner of Louisian Cir & University Ave.)

Course (re)Design Experience a Great Success

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On August 16 and 17, the Center for Teaching hosted the first course (re)design experience at Sewanee, funded by a grant from the Jesse Ball duPont Foundation. Approximately 30 faculty and staff (from the Office of Civic Engagement and LITS) came together to talk about designing or redesigning learner-centered courses and syllabi that reflect the Sewanee values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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