University of Texas at Austin: Normandy Scholar Program

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The Frank Denius Normandy Scholar Program  (NSP) studies the causes, conduct, consequences, and contemporary representations of the Second World War from multiple national perspectives.  The NSP brings together each spring semester twenty students... read more

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The Frank Denius Normandy Scholar Program  (NSP) studies the causes, conduct, consequences, and contemporary representations of the Second World War from multiple national perspectives.  

The NSP brings together each spring semester twenty students from different backgrounds and different majors who take the same five courses, share the same challenges, and travel together for three weeks in May with the NSP faculty.  Beyond the classroom discussions, the readings and paper assignments, the guest lectures, the film series, the meetings with WWII combatants and Holocaust survivors, and the opportunity to visit WWII sites in Europe, perhaps the most striking feature of the program is the personal development and intellectual growth it fosters.
- Charters Wynn, Director, Normandy Scholar Program

Students who meet the program requirements and are looking for an extraordinary educational experience are invited to inquire and apply.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Spring
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