archive-edu.com » EDU » C » COLGATE.EDU

Total: 1438

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Study Group Forms and Documents - Off-Campus Study
    Semester long Colgate study group documents Study Group Confirmation Form Please indicate if you will accept a place on the study group Student Cover Letter international and domestic study group With group instructions and deadlines Emergency Contact Information Sheet international study group Emergency Contact Information Sheet domestic study group Off Campus Study Policies Confidential Physician s Report Students please complete questions 1 10 yourself and return form directly to Off Campus Study office Do not take this form to your family doctor or student health services Student acknowledgment of risk and responsibility Complete sign and return to off campus study in 101 Lathrop Acknowledgment of risk and responsibility for families This is for your review only to understand the risks and responsibilities your student is assuming Passport Copy Please submit a clear photocopy of the photo information page of your passport Cost estimates Please share the cost estimate with your parents This link also provides periodic updates on estimated costs HTH Worldwide International health insurance for all study abroad participants for international travel only Emergency Contact Form Please complete the form to indicate who your emergency contacts are while you are abroad Extended study documents Study Group Confirmation Form Please indicate if you will accept a place on the study group Extended Study Student Cover Letter With instructions and deadlines Emergency Contact Information Sheet for domestic study groups E mergency Contact Information Sheet for international study groups Off Campus Study Policies Confidential physician s report Students please complete questions 1 10 yourself and return the form directly to off campus study Do not take the form to your family doctor or to student health services Student acknowledgment of risk and responsibility Acknowledgment of risk and responsibility for families This is for your review only to understand the risks and responsibilities

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/forms-and-documents/colgate-group (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Chile - Geology Extended Study - Off-Campus Study
    Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Off Campus Study Extended Study Chile Extended Study to Chile GEOL 420 Solid Earth Processes Director Professor Karen Harpp Department of Geology On campus course Fall 2015 Tentative travel dates December 27 2015 January 17 2016 Travel locations Chile Conguillio Caviahue Lonquimay Pucon Course credit One credit Both components of the course on and off campus are required for credit Prerequisites GEOL 220 Volcanology and an application to the instructor Application Deadline April 1 2015 On campus course followed by three weeks in Chile Menu Menu To apply 1 Complete the Off Campus Study online form 2 Download print and submit your extended study application personal essay and transcript to the Office of Off Campus Study in 101 Lathrop Hall The primary goal of this extended study is to carry out field studies of volcanic processes and hazards in central Chile for three weeks We will be working on Llaima Copahue Longuimay and Vilarrica You will need to be prepared for extensive fieldwork including a range of weather conditions The focus will be on gathering data and learning how to make field observations so most our work will be outdoors Overview The on campus segment of the course will be focused on preparing for the field experience and will precede the extended study We will learn about the techniques used to understand the solid Earth with emphasis on volcanic systems Methods we will study include volcanic monitoring techniques gas plume and thermal monitoring for prediction of eruptions lava chemistry heat flow geochronology field observations and lava flow dynamics and plate tectonics earthquake observations ground deformation and gravity Techniques will be examined in the context of specific case studies of volcanoes

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/chile (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Extended Study to the Florida Keys
    Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Off Campus Study Extended Study Florida Keys Extended Study to the Florida Keys Biology 341E Cognition Behavior and Conservation of Marine Mammals Director Krista Ingram kingram colgate edu On campus course either BIOL 341 or NEUR 385 Te ntative travel dates December 28 2015 January 18 2016 Course credit 5 credit Application Deadline April 1 2015 Menu Menu To apply 1 Complete the Off Campus Study online form 2 Download print and submit your extended study application personal essay and transcript to the Office of Off Campus Study in 101 Lathrop Hall Overview This extended study program will take place in the Florida Keys Two weeks will be spent at the Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key Florida and the third week will be spent at Bahia Honda State Park and nearby locations The curriculum for this extended study is designed especially for students interested in biology psychology and or neuroscience The course will focus on current theories research and methods in behavioral and cognitive studies of marine mammals with an emphasis on bottle nosed dolphins Because animal behavioral research and conservation are intimately linked we will also consider conservation issues relevant to marine organisms and their environment Coursework will be integrated with the Dolphin Research Center DRC in Grassy Key Florida allowing students extensive opportunities to observe and interact with marine mammals such as dolphins seals and sea lions Students will actively participate in ongoing cognitive and behavioral research at the DRC The third week students will engage in service based learning projects focused on conserving marine organisms Potential activities may include snorkeling scuba diving interacting with tourists at educational centers observing veterinary

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/florida-keys (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Morocco
    DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Off Campus Study Extended Study Morocco Extended Study Morocco Directors Nady Abdal Ghaffar Shaemaa Essa Dates December 26 2015 January 16 2016 Credits one credit includes both on campus course and extended study On campus course MIST 253 Aspects of Contemporary Arab Societies Prerequisites two semesters of Arabic language by end of fall 2015 semester must take Arabic during fall 2015 semester Application Deadline April 1 2015 Menu Menu To apply 1 Complete the Off Campus Study online form 2 Download print and submit your extended study application personal essay and transcript to the Office of Off Campus Study in 101 Lathrop Hall Overview This extended study course concentrates on giving students a sense of the many players and elements that make up contemporary Morocco the land the language and its people This requires a sense of both history and language as well as a wide ranging if eclectic understanding of the lived experience of the people Thus the class studies cultural aspects such food music historical issues political issues and language The course includes a three week trip to Morocco which exposes the students to the actual environment in which all these aspects come together The three week Morocco program will be based in Meknes a medium sized city in central Morocco but will include trips to Rabat the capital Fez the cultural and religious center a rural village and several other cultural sites Our local partner in Morocco will be AALIM the Arab American Language Institute in Morocco The schedule in Morocco will include lectures by local scholars discussions led by the programs co leaders visits to cultural and historical sites language instruction and language partnerships with local Moroccan students that will include home visits Because course readings

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/morocco (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • China - Beijing - Extended Study Group - Off-Campus Study
    Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Off Campus Study Extended Study China Beijing Chinese City Menu Menu Extended Study to China CHIN 288 The Chinese City Living Beijing On campus class followed by three weeks in Beijing Director Professor John A Crespi Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures On campus course Spring 2016 Tentative travel dates May 18 June 7 2016 Course credit One credit Prerequisites None some Chinese language ability preferred but not required Ancient cosmological center of the world and current capital of a rapidly globalizing China Beijing has long stirred the imaginations of natives and visitors alike This multidisciplinary course explores the processes that have shaped and defined Beijing especially during the past century or so Topics include aesthetics of urban space spatial symbolism popular street life arenas of political activism and the impact of changing economic policies Texts range from digitized historical maps and scroll paintings to film novels poetry memoirs travel guides historical guides and classics of urban studies scholarship The course is normally offered as an extended study in which weekly meetings as well as some technology training sessions culminate in the completion of a digital project during a final three weeks in Beijing Some Chinese language ability preferred but not required Open to first years sophomores and juniors Beijing China 2016 Spring Flier Beijing China Spring 2016 Student Cost Estimate Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Off Campus Study Colgate Study Groups Extended

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/china-beijing-%28chinese-city%29 (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • New York City - Extended Study Trip - Off-Campus Study
    the on campus course National Security POSC 353 The on campus course has three components The first half of the course is a history of strategic theory from Sun Tzu and Machiavelli through the Napoleonic period studying Clausewitz to the end of the 19 c Mahan and Mackinder and concluding with the employment of strategic concepts in WW II The second brief section deals with the superpowers during the Cold War The third segment roughly five weeks considers contemporary issues of conflict and strategy The last part of the course focuses on three issues Arab Israeli conflict India Pakistan the war in Iraq and the UN s role in peacekeeping These issues will occupy the last five weeks of the term The extended study allows students to meet with representatives of many countries and hear those countries perspectives on important issues and gives students a chance to pose questions to government officials Instead of hearing their instructor answer questions about the perspectives of India or Serbia they have the chance to interact personally with representatives of those governments Content and Format The extended study will as noted deal with three issues Israeli Palestinian conflict the war and invasion insurgency and pacification in Iraq and Indo Pakistani conflict over Kashmir These are the policy issues that the on campus course will have covered The group will meet with representatives of about a dozen governments have approximately three outside lecture by scholars at universities in New York City and two one day trips One trip will go to the U S Military Academy at West Point N Y where we will be hosted by a panel of faculty there and the other is to the U S Army War College at Carlisle Barracks Pa where we will spend the day with the

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/new-york-city-spring-2016 (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Italy - Rome - Extended Study - Off-Campus Study
    extended study in Italy Overview Private and public life in the urban centers of Roman Italy forms the focus of this extended study Through direct study of the material culture of Rome and the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum the course investigates what life was like for men women and children of every socioeconomic class From the grandiose villas and urban palaces of the emperors to the modest quarters of slaves students explore at firsthand the settings of the private lives of individuals Attention is also given to the public urban spaces not only of the capital city of the Empire but also of the agricultural and seaside towns covered by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD The course will trace the history of the city of Rome with all of its political economic social and religious institutions from its origins in the 8th c BC to the High Empire in the second century AD The extended study introduces students to the physical spaces where Roman urban life developed and made its fundamental contribution to western civilization This seminar provides a much needed interdisciplinary balance to the education of students who on campus tend to concentrate on mastering the intricacies of the ancient Latin language and the literary styles of individual Latin authors The extended study allows students to place Latin literature within its broader historical setting by acquainting them with the material culture recovered by archaeologists primarily at Rome but also at sites covered by the eruption of Vesuvius Students will become directly acquainted with several types of evidence a public physical spaces e g the fora or market places and civic centers sanctuaries baths theaters and sporting arenas b public and private architectural monuments e g the columns and arches recording the military conquests of the emperors

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/italy-rome-2016 (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Argentina - Extended Study - Colgate University
    of English in the University Theater On campus course ENG 350 Theater Practicum PBA Performing through Buenos Aires Tentative travel dates May 11 June 2 2013 Course credit Half credit 5 Prerequisites Students will be asked to submit an application with one faculty reference and will also be asked to state their interest in the course and what specifically ENG 350 ES will add to their academic and cultural pursuits The prerequisites for the course will include at least one THTR course with the exception of ENG 250 Stagecraft and at least four semesters of college level Spanish with a minimum grade of B or the equivalent to be completed before the departure to Buenos Aires Each student must enroll in ENG 350 and be passing the course with a minimum grade of C at the time of departure Application deadline November 1 2012 Courses ENG 350 Theater Practicum PBA Performing through Buenos Aires 1 credit ENG 350 is a revolving practicum course whose content is defined by the faculty member s interest and expertise The class is an upper level performance course focusing on process May 2013 the class will be focused as an acting course where the material and texts to be worked with will consist of performance texts plays and critical and analytical texts of contemporary Argentine theater artists from the last thirty years 1983 2013 The texts will be in translation however the students will also view several performances of distinct companies and artists via DVD in Spanish As in all our upper level performance classes on theater the cap for the class will be 12 students ENG 350 ES Practicum PBA Performing through Buenos Aires 1 2 credit The extended study portion of ENG 350 is designed to be a short term three week total

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/extended-study/argentina (2016-02-01)
    Open archived version from archive



  •