Thursday, March 1, 2007

Go to Scotland with University Professors!

Indiana University Kokomo professors Robert Strikwerda and Terri Bourus are collaborating with Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis professor Erik Lindseth to take students, alumni and community members to Scotland 23 July - 3 August.

IU Kokomo and IUPUI students going on the trip must take one of several classes that will be held on their respective campuses during the second summer session prior to departure.

Students may choose from three classes including H399 and F200: "Tartans, Bagpipes, and Cloned Sheep; L383: "Early Scottish Literature, Shakespeare, and Macbeth," and H425: "The Scotland of Mary, Queen of Scots."

The trip includes a visit to Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Culloden near Inverness, and Glasgow. Travelers will visit Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument, Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood House, Linlithgow Palace, Loch Leven, Dunfirmline Castle and Dryburgh Abbey, to name only a few.

The deadline is 20 March. Here are the details.

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