University of Northern Iowa: Traveling - UNI Capstone in Southern Italy, 2nd session - June

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OVERALL RATING 4.8
Based on 22 Reviews
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I learned not to take things for granted here in America. - University of Northern Iowa
That there is more to life than just staying in Iowa/America. I thought it was very worthwhile, I've only been outside Iowa 12 times and never saw the ocean ever. So this was quite the experience to go across the ocean to see it for the first time. - University of Northern Iowa
07/23/2013 Ciao Bella!
I learned so much about myself, life, and priorities. It was an eye-opening experience. I feel a definite sense of accomplishment over the feats I achieved on the trip. It also ignited a curiosity in the culture that I will have forever. - University of Northern Iowa
There is so much more than small-town Iowa. The only time I'd been out of the country was for an afternoon picnic in Canada when I was 9. The world has so much history and cultures and experiences to offer that it's a sin to not take advantage of it all! - University of Northern Iowa
A student studying abroad with University of Northern Iowa: Traveling - UNI Capstone in Southern Italy, 2nd session - June
It was totally worthwhile. I gained so much insight on how much cultures have changes through the years. The beauty of all the buildings in Rome took my breath away. Learning all there is to know about those buildings and then seeing them still standing today is amazing. It is a whole other world. - University of Northern Iowa
I have gained more friends and am able to be more social in a group setting then before going ton the trip. It was definitely worthwhile. - University of Northern Iowa
Yes, it was very worthwhile. - University of Northern Iowa
I gained knowledge of another culture, and I learned how other cultures interact with one another. This has changed my future plans because I want to go back and learn more about other cultures. - University of Northern Iowa
loved it! - University of Northern Iowa
I would do it all over again i would! i loved every minute of it - University of Northern Iowa
I've decided I want to travel everywhere now. I've understood how a completely different culture lives and works together as a community. To be able to see thousands of years old buildings and think about what we have in America was priceless. It was definitely a culture shock realizing, oh, nobody speaks English. That was f... - University of Northern Iowa
How different the culture is compared to the US. it was definitely worth while - University of Northern Iowa
A student studying abroad with University of Northern Iowa: Traveling - UNI Capstone in Southern Italy, 2nd session - June
I gained so much knowledge about Italy while getting the chance to experience it at the same time. The trip was amazing and all students need to study abroad. Definitely recommend this trip. - University of Northern Iowa
A student studying abroad with University of Northern Iowa: Traveling - UNI Capstone in Southern Italy, 2nd session - June
I learned just how interconnected we all are as far as humankind and our environment. I learned to step outside my comfort zone and happily try something new. I learned to be thankful for my upbringing and the opportunities I am access to in the United States. - University of Northern Iowa
07/16/2013 Amazing!
I learned a lot about the history of Italy! I also learned a lot about myself and how I want others think/react towards me. - University of Northern Iowa
I gained a new perspective of the world we live in by experiencing life in a new country. It was definitely worthwhile! - University of Northern Iowa
Very worthwhile. I learned so much about ancient cultures and even new ones and how they evolved over time. I also learned about the environment and how societies can factor into the destruction of natural resources. Another thing I had the opportunity to do was go on an archeological dig, which summed up all of my knowledge I l... - University of Northern Iowa
I learned how very little we learn from the worlds mistakes and how dependent we are on fossil fuels, which can only last for one more century before its all gone. - University of Northern Iowa
yes - University of Northern Iowa
Studying in Southern Italy gave me a good sense of what Europe is like and better prepared me for future traveling. The trip made me want to travel more and spend more quality time in the outdoors. - University of Northern Iowa
By traveling to Italy, I gained a deeper appreciation of our current civilization's roots. I feel a direct connection to the events of the Forum in Rome to the events of all levels the US government. - University of Northern Iowa
Being abroad has given a whole new perspective on life, and everything that I have here at home. I think that sometimes we take for granted all that we have here. That being said, I think that there is a LOT that we can learn from other countries. It was nice to be in towns that were so simple and laid back, and the people weren... - University of Northern Iowa

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This course offers the opportunity for students to obtain a fundamental understanding of the relationship between humans, their environment, and the role interdisciplinary scientific research plays in not only the understanding of our past, but using this knowledge to plan for a sustainable future.

Join us in Southern Italy to investigate the environmental and social-political implications of climate change in a hands-on, experiential way. The last week of class, we will take part in an archaelogical dig to see what we can discover!

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