Upcoming Programs Led by UWB Faculty
Due to the pandemic, all study abroad activity is suspended through Spring Quarter 2021. For the latest updates on UW travel, check the UW Study Abroad coronavirus page. For a complete list of all UW programs now accepting applications click here.
Spring Break 2021 - Cancelled 10/21/2020
Led by David Goldstein, IAS | 3 credits | $2,900 Program Fee | Apply by Nov
Ehime Prefecture on the island of Shikoku in southern Japan is similar to the Puget Sound region in many ways: An intriguing blend of urban and rural spaces, away from the largest cities in Japan, and surrounded by beautiful mountains and sea, Ehime--like Western Washington--is home to a unique culture that also has countless connections to the rest of the world. In fact, the founder of the largest Japanese food and goods stores in the U.S.--Uwajimaya in Seattle and Bellevue--was from Ehime. By studying the local history, economy, and culture of this vibrant prefecture, in partnership with Ehime University, we will explore how regions with unique local culture also exemplify a global economy and culture.
Summer Term A 2021
Scientific Explorations of Art and Architecture in Italy and France
Led by Andrew Abian, STEM | 6 credits (tentative) | Apply by Jan 30
*** This program is pending approval ***
How can you measure the rotation of the Earth in a closed room? Why are some historic buildings still standing while others have fallen? How do artists use light? (And why do they sometimes fear it?) Explore these questions while visiting key cultural and scientific sites in Italy and France.
Cancelled/ Suspended Programs for 2021
The following programs, which UWB faculty offer on a regular basis (annual or every other year), are not being offered in 2021. We hope to offer them again in 2022:
Led by Alka Kurian and Camille Walsh, IAS
MBA Global Study Tour (Winter Break and Spring Break)
Led by various UWB Business faculty
Critical Perspectives on Ecotourism in Tanzania (Summer Term A)
Led by Ben Gardner, IAS
When in Rome: Interdisciplinary Studio Art and Italian Culture (Summer Term A)
Led by Barbara Noah, IAS
Americans in Europe: Exile & Belonging in France and Spain (Summer Term B)
Led by Alice Pedersen and Jed Murr, IAS
Guatemala: Health Services Delivery in Resource-Poor Settings (Summer Quarter)
Led by Mabel Ezeonwu, NHS
Past UW Bothell Faculty Led Programs