Honors Global Seminars

The Honors Program sponsors annual faculty-led, short-term, study abroad experiences called Global Seminars. These two-three week trips have an academic focus, are credit bearing, fulfilling a Core Curriculum requirement, and always count as one of students' six required honors courses.

PHIL 333:

Food Ethics in the Philippines

Jan, 2020

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PHIL 389 in Ireland 

Philosophy of Joyce’s “Ulysses”

May, 2019

Do you like food? Do you care about other people, animals, and the environment? Do you like white sandy beaches and crystal blue water? Most importantly, do you like adventures? If so, join Drs. Mann and Chan on the trip of a lifetime during the J-term 2020: Food Ethics in the Philippines. Hike through coffee forests to see the cliffs of the Hanging Coffins of Sagada. Go spelunking on your way to the renowned Banaue Rice Terraces. Take a food tour through Binondo--the world's oldest Chinatown. Interview famous food critics and agriculture scientists. You will never look at a plate of food--or anything else--the same way again. 14-16 days in January, fulfills Adv BB requirements. Detailed itinerary, cost, and application instructions can be found on the studio abroad website: 



Applications due April 1st

Check out the video recap from the

2018 Philippines GS

...looking ahead

    Scottish Enlightenment - Summer '20 

Tragedy & Philosophy in Greece - Jan '21

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