Past Domestic Spring Term Trips
- Art Associate Professor Sandy Lopez-Isnardi and Communications Assistant Professor Janie Diels gave students a chance to work with a National Geographic photographer at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshop and then create a documentary project at the Ghost Ranch Conference Center in Abiquiu, New Mexico.
- Students in John Davis’ exercise and health science class lived at altitude in Colorado and took a wide variety of physiologic measures on themselves before, during and after they were there.
- Also in Colorado, Theatre Professor Carol Fike lead a Yoga retreat, with stops at the Shoshoni Ashram, Rocky Mountain National Park and Naropa Institute.
- Students in Professor Derick Hulme’s political science class traveled to Washington, D.C., to conduct hands-on archival research on the Nixon presidential papers at the Library of Congress.
- Anthropology Associate Professor Mary Theresa Bonhage-Freund conducted an archaeological field school at the Forest Hill Nature Area.
- Michael Bishop and biology students followed spring bird migration paths to the Upper Peninsula and observed research stations along the route.
- Education Associate Professor Nicola Findley’s “Schooling in America” course included visits to different kinds of schools throughout Michigan.
- Music professor Raymond Riley and students traveled to the Gilmore Festival, an international music festival in southwest Michigan.