For those students who have been asking if there will be another faculty-led trip to Germany, here’s the news: Yes, there will be. All relevant information can be found in the flyer attached to this post. Tentative dates are May 11 – May 25, 2014, and the focus will be on aspects of leadership in Germany in the areas of art, politics, and sustainability. (As you might know if you’ve followed the recent elections in Germany, the country just reaffirmed its interest in women’s leadership by giving chancellor Angela Merkel a remarkable election outcome).
For all logistical questions about the trip, especially when it comes to passports and visas, please contact the Office of International Education at Agnes Scott College. For all academic questions you can contact Prof. Gundolf Graml (ggraml[AT]agnesscott.edu).
The cost for students will be $1,250 and study-abroad funds can be used for this trip. The cost per student is actually closer to $5,000, and here’s a big thank you to The Halle Foundation, whose generous grants have enabled similar trips in the past and will also do so in 2014.