May Term Courses Take Students to Washington, D.C. and Budapest
In addition to those offered on Covenant’s campus, this year’s May term courses will take students to San Francisco Bay; Washington, D.C.; Budapest, Hungary; and Florence, Italy.
Dr. Toni Chiareli, professor of sociology, will lead the group in the San Francisco Bay Area on a field research practicum. Kayb Carpenter Joseph, associate professor of art, will lead the group in Italy, studying Florentine Renaissance art. Dr. Cale Horne, assistant professor of political studies, will lead two courses—one on American government and another on political studies professions—in Washington, D.C. Dr. Steve Kaufmann, professor of education, will lead a group to work and learn at the International Christian School of Budapest.
“May term study trips led by Covenant College professors provide an opportunity to extend learning beyond the campus on Lookout Mountain,” says Dr. Jeff Hall, vice president for academic affairs. “Both students and professors benefit from a time of focused study in a rich context. Since Covenant professors lead these trips, the teaching and learning embody the college mission.”