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Campus notes for Dec. 5

December 5, 2012
Marshall Independent

Area students studying abroad

Five area students are studying abroad during the fall semester 2012 through the Office for Education Abroad at the College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, and St. John's University, Collegeville.

Sarah Deutz, the daughter of Rick and Deb Deutz of Ghent, is studying in the Ireland-Galway program. Deutz is a junior nursing major at CSB.

Nicole Noyes, the daughter of Ken and Janice Noyes of Marshall, is studying in the Roman-Greco program. Noyes is a junior biology major at CSB.

Stephanie Noyes, the daughter of Ken and Janice Noyes of Marshall, is studying in the Greco-Roman program. Noyes is a junior biology major at CSB.

Sean Pickthorn, the son of Todd and Sherri Pickthorn of Cottonwood, is studying in the Greco-Roman program. Pickthorn is a junior chemistry major at SJU.

Margaret Roesler, daughter of Bruce and Elizabeth Roesler of Marshall, is studying in the Greco-Roman program. Roesler is a junior English major at CSB.

The Galway program gives students an opportunity to explore the history, culture, literature and sociology of Ireland. While students are exposed to Gaelic as a living language, courses are taught in English. The focus is on a structured curriculum, leaving room for the exploration of unique opportunities presented by the intellectual and cultural resources of Ireland. Located in Spiddal, a rural village outside of Galway, students are housed in cottages at the Park Lodge, a family-run institution. Kathy Ohman, professor of nursing at CSB and SJU, is the director of the program for fall 2012.

The Roman-Greco program gives students the opportunity to explore classical subjects of history, religion, art history and literature while living in modern day Rome and Athens. While students are exposed to Italian and Greek language, courses are taught in English, both in the classroom and on historical and archaeological sites or in museums. The focus is based on a structured curriculum, always leaving room for the exploration of unique opportunities presented by the intellectual and cultural resources of Italy and Greece. Charles Rodell, professor emeritus of biology at CSB and SJU, is the director for the program for fall 2012.

The Greco-Roman program gives students the opportunity to explore classical subjects of history, religion, art history and literature while living in modern day Athens and Rome. While students are exposed to Greek and Italian language, courses are taught in English, both in the classroom and on historical and archaeological sites or in museums. The focus is based on a structured curriculum, always leaving room for the exploration of unique opportunities presented by the intellectual and cultural resources of Greece and Italy. Patricia Kent, instructor of music at CSB and SJU, is the director of the program for fall 2012.

Goranowski receives graduate degree from BSU

Kassondra Goranowski of Cottonwood was one of 17 students who completed graduate degree requirements at Bemidji State University and graduated at the conclusion of the 2012 summer sessions.

She earned a master of science in sport studies.

 
 

 

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