Ithaca College-Antigua Program

10/19/2005

Contributed by Laurie Wasik

You can study in the Caribbean on the island of Antigua during Winter Break (January 2-13), Spring Break (March 4-11), or May Term (May 15-26). The College continues this successful program with the following courses:

Winter Break:
Documenting Ecosystems through Photography—Professors John Confer and Janice Levy; Field Experience: Interdisciplinary Teamwork—Professor Chris Cicconi; Sport in the Caribbean: United or Divided?—Professor Stephen Mosher; Caribbean Steel Drum and Classical Percussion Symposium—Professor Conrad Alexander; Ithaca College and Antigua National Youth Orchestra Collaboration—Professor Paige Morgan. Applications due in Office of International Programs: November 1

Spring Break:
Documenting Ecosystems through Narrative Writing—Professor John Confer; Improvisation for the Professional Musician—Professor John White and Antiguan Guest Artist Roland Prince. Applications due in Office of International Programs: February 1

May Term:
Reading Antigua: An Interdisciplinary Exploration through Culture, History, Literature, Music and Visual Art—Ithaca College Faculty and Antigua Professionals; Caribbean Steel Drum and Classical Percussion Symposium—Professor Conrad Alexander; Choral Conducting for Educators and Church Musicians—Professor Janet Galvan; Ithaca College and Antigua National Youth Orchestra Collaboration—Professor Paige Morgan. Applications due in Office of International Programs: February 24

All courses are for one credit.

For course information, contact the professor. For general information, contact Garry Brodhead, associate provost, 4-3837 or gbrodhea@ithaca.edu

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