Find your place abroad
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, in partnership with the Office of International and Cultural Affairs, is offering a number of faculty-led study abroad opportunities. These trips range from two to four weeks, and include three credit courses in disciplines ranging from literature and history to psychology and engineering design. The programs span the length of the globe, with past trips to Italy, Costa Rica and Great Britain and future trips to New Zealand and maybe Australia.
The Department of English and Technical Communication has offered (or participated in) several study-abroad programs in the past.
Students in the Missouri London Program look at the bard's will as an employee of the National Archives, Kew, discusses its content, provenance, and preservation.
Dr. Wright and his social-media students hold class at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. Dr. Wright is the one sitting in front of the "Your Ocean" sign.
Chaucer's pilgrims (if they were real) would have begun their journey from this spot in what is now an alley in Southwark.
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