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The Education Rome 2020 Exploration Seminar is in its third year and currently accepting applications with a priority deadline of February 15th.
It is a 3-week program based at the UW Rome Center (right in the heart of the Italian capital) that explores the impact of historical and contemporary concepts of gender and multiculturalism. 

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FISH 497A Special Topics: Ecological Research in Alaska
B Term, July 15 – August 15 (tentative dates; will overlap with A Term but students with interest should attend info session and ask about start date flex)
5 credits

Live and work in an active field research station
Conduct hands-on research in pristine, thriving, coastal Alaska watersheds
Work with renowned faculty Ray Hilborn, Tom Quinn, and Daniel Schindler

INFO SESSION: Tuesday February 4, 4:30pm in FSH 213
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5pm, February 14 

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The Education Rome 2020 Exploration Seminar is in its third year and currently accepting applications with a priority deadline of Friday, February 15th.
It is a 3-week program based at the UW Rome Center (right in the heart of the Italian capital) that explores the impact of historical and contemporary concepts of gender and multiculturalism. 

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Any UW undergraduate can earn various general education credits and fulfill experiential learning requirements and/or departmental requirements across the seven summer programs highlighted below. These unique learning adventures are curated by Honors to ensure interdisciplinary connections but are not exclusive to students pursuing their degrees with Honors. 

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Greece Summer 2020 Study Abroad
Hosted by: Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece and the American College of Greece.
— June 23 to August 17, 2020 – ($6,495) — 
The program brings students face-to-face with the extraordinary history, culture and stunning scenery of Greece, while studying Roma (“Gypsy”) communities in Athens.   

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