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Ireland in Context

Maymester 2014

​This Maymester course explores a variety of student-centered honors and leadership research topics (i.e., culture, politics, and history) focused on larger group/peer research themes (i.e., education, medicine and the health care system, and sectarian politics). 

Course work is comprised of significant student-centered learning activities and includes reading and cybersleuthing activities, group discussions, reflective writing and daily Weebly blog posts (Blog as Journal project), listening and video-viewing, site-specific explorations, cultural activities, guest lectures and mentoring sessions, and full planning for and participation in the Fall 2014 – “Celebration of Excellence” Honors Symposium presentation – a miniconference and final presentation project to report research, tell stories, share photos and experiences, and promote our blog showcase launch and highlight the UHL program.

Learn more about this program by visiting the program blog: http://irelandincontext.wordpress.com/.

​Have questions about the program? Join us at one of the program info sessions to learn more! There is a session January 29 at 12pm in the 9th floor conference room of the Lawrence St. Center. There will be a second session on February 19 at 11am in the 9th floor conference room of the Lawrence St. Center. 
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Quick Facts

  • Course UNHL 3888
  • Faculty Judith Coe 
  • Dates 
    May 18 - June 8, 2014 
  • Cost ​TBD
  • Deadline ​March 1, 2014
  • Credits 3
  • Prerequisites Must be part of UHL program. Preference given to students who have taken UNHL 3825.
  • Program Advisor    Meghan Atherton​

     

Costs and dates tentative and subject to change.

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