Class Calendars March & April 2018

The following outlines the remaining class activities for Professor Bailly’s FIU Honors College Spring 2018 classes.

THURSDAY 22 MARCH, 2018
Espana: Goya
France: WW 2 Discussion
Italia: Machiavelli Discussion

FRIDAY 23 MARCH, 2018
PAC at 10:30: Hike to Tequesta Burial Mound at Deering Estate
A&V at 14:30: Hike to Tequesta Burial Mound at Deering Estate

WEDNESDAY 28 MARCH, 2018
15:30 in RB 120: Bailly Honors Hour on Espana, France, & Italy study abroad (3 Honors points)

France: Art, War, & Human Rights
Italy: Grand Tour Redux
Spain: Miami, Espana: Ida Y Vuelta

THURSDAY 29 MARCH, 2018
Espana at 10:00: Hike to Tequesta Burial Mound at Deering Estate
Italia at 13:00: Hike to Tequesta Burial Mound at Deering Estate
France at 15:30: Hike to Tequesta Burial Mound at Deering Estate

FRIDAY 30 MARCH, 2018
PAC: Work on Margulies poems
A&V: Final A&V exhibition meeting

TUESDAY 03 APRIL
FIU HONORS COLLEGE 2019 STUDY ABROAD REGISTRATION OPENS.

TUESDAY 03 APRIL
10:00: Deering Estate Clean-up to Chicken Key

THURSDAY 05 APRIL
Espana: Ida Presentations
Italia: Italia America Presentations
France: Declaration Presentations

FRIDAY 06 APRIL, 2018
PAC and A&V at 19:00: Poetic Palate at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
3 extra-credit points for Espana, France, & Italia students

WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL, 2018
15:00 – 15:30: Coffee with the Consul for France students and alumni
15:30: Lecture by Clément Leclerc, Consul général de France (4 points)

THURSDAY 12 APRIL, 2018
Espana: Ida Presentations
Italia: Italia America Presentations
France: Declaration Presentations

FRIDAY 13 APRIL, 2018
PAC at 10:30: HistoryMiami
A&V at 14:30: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

THURSDAY 19 APRIL, 2018
Cuban Museum

FRIDAY 20 APRIL, 2018
PAC: Work on Vizcaya Poems
A&V: Installation

SATURDAY 21 APRIL, 2018
Aesthetics & Values Reception (2 Honors points)
3 extra-credit points for PAC, Espana, France, & Italia students

WEDNESDAY 25 APRIL, 2018
PAC students reading at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
3 extra-credit points for PAC, Espana, France, & Italia students
WEDNESDAY 09 MAY, 2018
Italia: Colosseum!!!!!
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Jeanine Shraim of FIU is “entertained” in Rome’s Colosseum. (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

AUTHOR(S) AND LAST UPDATE
Stephanie Sepúlveda &  John William Bailly 21 March 2018
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2018 Study Abroad Registration

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LAST WEEK TO REGISTER FOR EUROPE STUDY ABROAD.

Join us for the last Europe Study Abroad info session before registration closes for Summer 2018. Professor John William Bailly will provide information on Spain, France, & Italy. After a brief overview of each program, he and program alumni will be available for a question and answer session.

Students are also welcome to “shop” the programs by visiting on the first day of classes. Questions to bailly.john@gmail.com Find out more about our programs here:

https://johnwbailly.com/studyabroad/

Tuesday 09 January at 03:30 in DM 233, Honors Conference
France, Italy, & Spain Q & A

Thursday 11 January at 09:30 in GC 271B
Spain class & info session

Thursday 11 January at 12:30 in DM 233, Honors Conference
Italy class & info session

Thursday 11 January at 03:30 in DM 233, Honors Conference
France class & info session

FIU Honors College Study Abroad

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FIU Spain 2016 in Toledo (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

In an effort to make study abroad programs more accessible to students, the FIU Honors College has recently changed its policy regarding administrative fees.  In the past, students had to pay a $250 fee per program, now, the Honors College will wave that fee for any student taking two programs in one summer.

For example, if a student is participating in Spain in June 2018 and France in July 2018, that student will only be required to pay one fee of $250. Previously, the student would have had to pay $500.

Another cost-saving advantage of completing two programs in one summer is that the student will only need to purchase one plane ticket to Europe.

Lastly—and this is especially important for out-of-state and international students—one little-known advantage of FIU study abroad is that all students pay in state tuition, which makes studying abroad a more affordable option for certain students.

For more information on the FIU Honors College programs, please contact Luli Szeinblum, FIU Honors College Coordinator of Study Abroad, at 305.348.4100

Check out Bailly’s study abroad programs

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France
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Italy
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Spain
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Yina Cabrera of FIU Honors College in Segovia, Spain. (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

FIU Students in France

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FIU France 2017 in the Foret de Fontainebleau. (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

PANEL DISCUSSION: “FIU STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCE IN FRANCE: WHAT THEY LEARNED”

Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at FIU
Tuesday, 31 October, 2017, 14:00-16:00
Florida International University, GL 220
Free and open to the public

What do FIU students do in France? How long are they there for? How do they get there? Is French food really that good? This panel discussion will focus on FIU students experiences in France. The students speak about their perception prior to the trip and the reality they encountered while in France. The students visited Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg, Normandy, and the Alps.

Students Leo Carbajo and Natalie Brunelle of the FIU Honors College‘s program “France Study Abroad: Art, War, & Human Rights” will share their personal experiences. Laura Boudon, Director of the FIU Office of Study Abroad and John William Bailly, Professor of “Art, War, and Human Rights” will also present.

Guest of Honor: Hon. Clément Leclerc, Consul General of France in Miami

AUTHOR(S) AND LAST UPDATE
John William Bailly & Stephanie Sepúlveda 30 October 2017
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FIU 2018 Study Abroad

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Brianna Rawls and Lauren Lopez of FIU hike in Segovia. (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY OF FRANCE, ITALY, & SPAIN STUDY ABROAD

THURSDAY, 19 OCTOBER, 2017
03:30 – 04:45
SIPA 125

Professor John William Bailly‘s Florida International University study abroad programs merge education and adventure. Engage the history and culture of France, Italy, or Spain in a unique, immerisve, and experiential manner.

These FIU Office of Study Abroad programs will see you hike in the Alps while retracing the steps of the French Resistance. Bike Rome’s greatest road, the Appia Antica. Wander the medieval streets of Toledo. Markets, towers, museums – a class without a classroom.

All FIU Honors College students are encouraged to attend.

Check out the program galleries
France Study Abroad Info & Gallery
Italy Study Abroad Info and Gallery
Spain Study Abroad Info & Gallery

Cost and registration details are on the FIU Honors College website.