Honors and Scholars Programs is hosting a UT Honors Study Abroad Trip to Oxford, England. During the 2015 2nd summer session (July 3rd – 26) students will be engaged in an intensive three-week study in residence at Oxford University. Students will be enrolled in UNHO 347: “A Tragic Sense of Life and Death: Human Dilemmas & the Quest for Meaning” (3 honors course credits). The trip will include private tours and trips to museums and landmarks throughout the area. The instructor and leader for the trip is Dr. Timothy Hulsey, Associate Provost of the Honors and Scholars Programs.
- Private, sunset tour of Stonehenge
- Visits to Bath, Salisbury Cathedral, and Jane Austen’s House
- Visits to Tate Museum and the British Museum
- Shakespeare play at the Globe Theater
The course is interdisciplinary and team-taught, involving students and faculty from three different university honors programs, as well as Oxford faculty and international experts. Complete details of the trip and application is available at UT Study Abroad.
Honors and Scholars programs will be holding an information session for the trip on Friday November 21st at 3:30 pm.
What: UT Honors Study Abroad In Oxford
When: November 21st
Time: 3:30 pm
Where: Howard Baker Center, Honors Seminar Room 118
Please RSVP by signing up here.
Tea and Cookies will be provided.