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Faculty Led Programs

Clark University offers several short-term study programs that are led by faculty for both undergraduate and graduate students. Some of these experiences require registration in a specific course while others are open to any students with an interest in the subject matter and region. Faculty-led programs vary in length, but usually run from 2-4 weeks. The programs are led by experienced faculty members who are familiar with the destination and have local contacts. Each program is created to provide students with the opportunity to focus on the academic goals and experience the local culture.Options may change on an annual basis. New programs will be added to this site; students should be sure to confirm details with the specific faculty member or department. .Some activities may include meetings with local business owners, field research and excursions to historical or cultural sites. For assistance or general information, please contact Assistant Dean of International Programs, Amy Daly Gardner. 
 
Examples of current faculty led program:
  • Global E-Lab: open to undergraduate and graduate students
  • Global Business Seminar: open to graduate students only
  • Luxembourg May Term (run out of the Henry D. and Edna J. Luxembourg office)
  • ​Global Summer Experience with the College of Jordanstone at University of Dundee; Jan Johnson, V & PA 
  • Biology of Atlantic Shores in Bermuda; Prof. Deb Robertson, Biology 
  • COP25 International Climate Talks; Prof. Elizabeth Gilmore, IDCE