The Department of Languages and the Department of Geography & Anthropology are excited to announce a 3-week interdisciplinary course offered this summer, that includes a week-long field trip to Louisiana.
Cajun Watershed and Intercultural Immersion
3 credits, GE-V
Summer session 1, May 19 to June 5
Class meets in Phillips 281 for weeks 1 and 3, Monday through Thursday from 2 to 3:50
Class goes to Louisiana (Lafayette area) during week 2 (May 25-May 31)
Cost: $375, including flight, lodging, visits
You will learn about the Cajun language, culture, and history, while learning about the geography and environmental issues around the Mississippi River. No previous knowledge is required. And thanks to financial support from the Blugold Commitment that covers most of the travel expenses, the class will be able to travel to Louisiana for one week during to learn and experience those issues directly from the Cajun community. Contact either Dr. Miller (email@example.com) or Dr. Faulkner (firstname.lastname@example.org) to enroll. Space is limited, and the deadline to enroll is March 25th.