Study Abroad Meeting Not To Be Missed

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Are you interested in Studying Abroad… and who doesn’t want to see the world?
Bring your questions to the Study Abroad meeting Thursday, September 17 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Buckman Hall 358. We will discuss studying abroad and the two study trips: Chemistry of Cooking in San Sebastian, Spain in May and Remembrance of WWI in Paris and Belgium during spring break. Both satisfy a GER, and both offer regular and honors credit. LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS AND STIPENDS UP TO $500 ARE AVAILABLE  FOR EARLY APPLICANTS for those who qualify. Deadlines have been extended to October 7 or until limited seats have been filled.

If you have any question about the two trips and/or studying abroad, go to www.cbu.edu/studyabroad, email studyabroad@cbu.edu, or come to the Study Abroad office in Buckman Hall 342 and 346.

Spice Up the School Year

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Spice up the school year by studying abroad. We have two trips scheduled: Chemistry of Cooking and Remembrance of WWI.

Love to cook? Love to eat? Or, do both? Then the Chemistry of Cooking is the trip for you. Learn basic chemistry principles in the kitchen! Also, explore Europe’s top culinary city of San Sebastian, Spain, and see amazing sites like the Bay Biscay. Not to mention tasting different foods. This trip is right after graduation in May 2016.

Are you a history buff? Then Remembrance of WWI is for you. Travel through Paris and visit Belgium to see WWI battle sites. Explore both countries and visit amazing sight like the Eiffel Tower or the Notre Dame Cathedral. This trip is during Spring Break of 2016.

Both trips are open to everyone from freshmen to seniors, but sign up fast as space is limited.

If you are interested and want to learn more, visit www.cbu.edu/studyabroad, drop an email to studyabroad@cbu.edu, or come by the Study Abroad office in Buckman Hall 342 and 346. You can also email Dr. Anthony Trimboli at atrimbol@cbu.edu if you are interested in the Chemistry of Cooking or Dr. Neal Palmer at npalmer@cbu.edu for the Remembrance of WWI.

Study Abroad for 2015-16

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Welcome all students to Christian Brothers University. While getting adjusted to your classes and campus, it’s time to start thinking about studying abroad.

There are two travel study trips for the 2015-2016 academic school year. Remembrance of WWI in Paris, France, and Belgium in Spring Break of 2016 will be taught by Dr. Neal Palmer. Chemistry of Cooking in San Sebastian, Spain in May 2016 will be taught by Dr. Anthony Trimboli. Both trips are open to everyone. Study abroad opens up your world to new people, new places, and new culture. It is a life changing experience. Freshman through seniors are eligible and Honors sections are available.

Do not delay, as space is limited on both trips.

For more information on these trips or studying abroad, go to www.cbu.edu/studyabroad, email studyabroad@cbu.edu, come by the office in Buckman Hall 346 and 342, or leave a message at (901) 321-3264.

You can also contact Dr. Trimboli for Chemistry of Cooking at atrimbol@cbu.edu and Dr. Palmer for WWI trip at npalmer@cbu.edu

War and Cooking — In Europe!

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Explore the history of World War I in Paris, the City of Lights, and Belgium for spring break 2016!  
Visit battle sites and Meaux Museum to learn about WWI. There are several history courses offered by Dr. Neal Palmer including HIST 339 (Europe and the Great War), HIST 108 (History since 1500), and an Honors course (Remembering WWI). While learning about WWI, experience the culture of France and Belgium. Explore both countries and see the Louvre, Galeries Lafayette, Notre Dame Cathedral, Left Bank/Latin Quarter, or even take a cruise down the Seine River. This trip is open to all students, and it fulfills General Education requirements.

Another great option is to learn chemistry in the kitchen with Chemistry 105: Chemistry of Cooking in San Sebastian, Spain. San Sebastian is one of Europe’s top culinary cities. If you love to cook and eat this is the trip for you. Study chemistry principles with Dr. Anthony Trimboli, including in-depth hands-on experience in the classroom and kitchen. While you are there, do not forget to visit numerous sites like the Bay of Biscay, tapas bars, Casa de la Historia Museum, and more!

Hurry now to receive a $200 discount if you make your $300 deposit by graduation.

For more information on this trip and other upcoming trips go to www.cbu.edu/studyabroad or contact the Study Abroad office at studyabroad@cbu.edu.

Two New Study Abroad Trips!

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With 2014-2015 school year coming to a close, spice up the new school year with two Study Abroad trips:
Make your 2016 Spring Break one of a kind with a trip to Paris and Belgium. See the wonderful sites like the Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Notre Dame Cathedral, Meaux Museum, and more. Learn interesting facts about World War I with numerous history classes offered by Dr. Neal Palmer.
If you love to cook and eat our May 2016 trip to San Sebastian, Spain for you! San Sebastian is one the top culinary cities of the world. The course offered is Chemistry 105: The Chemistry of Cooking with Dr. Anthony Trimboli. After class, visit the amazing sites including Bay of Biscay with its inviting beaches, then on to Monte Urgull, Museum of San Telmo, the numerous tapas bars and more! These are amazing trips that will definitely make 2016 one of kind. Don’t miss out!

Make your $300 deposit for either of these trips by May 15, 2015 (Graduation) and save $200 off of the total trip price.

For more information of these trips or studying abroad go to www.cbu.edu/studyabroad.