$750 LAS Summer Global Seminar Award

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will award tuition credit via financial aid to every LAS student (primary of secondary major) who participates in an LAS Global Seminar. The LAS Global Seminars for summer (must be taught by LAS faculty during the summer term AND for ISU credit, not transfer credit) and their corresponding courses are:

  1. Communication, Identity and Culture: Exploring the Quebecois Culture of Canada – Racheal Ruble (Not being offered in 2022) – COM ST 310 (3 credits)
  2. On the Road in Ireland: A Traveling Writers Workshop – Debra Marquart (Not being offered in 2022) – ENGL 395B/595B (3 credits)
  3. Education and Environmental Sustainability: Community Engagement in Dominican Republic – Megan Myers and Chris Myers (Not being offered in 2022) – INTST 395B (3 credits)
  4. Cathedrals of France (Paris area) – Jean-Pierre Taoutel (July 2022) – INTST 395B (3 credits)
  5. En France: French Language Program at Université Paris 13 (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord) – Jean-Pierre Taoutel (June 2022) – FRNCH 395 (3 credits)
  6. Berlin’s Erased Histories in Film, Art, and Memorials – Sandra Looft and Rosie Rowe (Not being offered July 2022) – INTST 395B (3 credits)
  7. Global Leadership Study Abroad: Sweden – (Not being offered in 2022) – LD ST 370 or 333 (3 credits; may have 6 credit option)
  8. ISU Global Internships and Language: Summer in Cuenca, Ecuador – ( Not being offered in 2022) – WLC/LAS 499 and transfer credit for Spanish (3 ISU credits; 3 transfer credits for 6 total)
  9. London, Literature, and Theater – Charissa Menefee and K L Cook (Not being offered in 2022 ) – ENGL 395/595 (3 credits)
  10. Roman Italy: Building the Empire – David Hollander and Rachel Meyers (May 2022) – CL ST 385 (3 credits)
  11. Summer Tropical Forest and Coral Reef Experience: Belize – Corinna Most and Andrew Somerville (May 2022) – BIOL 394 (3 credits)
  12. Trieste and the Meaning of Place: Italy – Christiana Langenberg and Greta Levis (May/June2022) – INTST 395 (3 credits)
  13. Storytelling in Western Ukraine – Deni Chamberlin (Not being Offered in 2022) – JL MC 390 (3 credits)

Each participant, regardless of college major, will receive a scholarship for registration in a summer course taught by an LAS professor/instructor at the following levels:

                        3 credit course awards $750 automatic tuition award 

This is a great time to meet that general education or international perspectives requirement, or take a class abroad if you can’t afford the time or money to study abroad for a semester! Additional scholarships for study abroad are also available from each college, so multiple scholarships may be awarded. No application is required for the $750 LAS Global Seminar awards. Please apply for your chosen program at http://isuabroad.iastate.edu by searching by location and “Summer” as Term.