International

versailles-0141.jpgSince 2008, UC San Diego’s Making of the Modern World Program has brought some 700 students abroad on its programs in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America.  For MMW programs abroad and other Global Seminars, see the UC San Diego Global Seminar Page.   For information on all UC San Diego programs and opportunities abroad, visit the Programs Abroad Office website.

 Prof. Herbst has led 15 international programs and 20 wilderness seminars, as follows:

UCSD GLOBAL SEMINARS ABROAD (10)

France (2008), Turkey (2009-12), England (2013), Thailand/Cambodia (2014), New Zealand (2017), Italy (2018), Australia (2019)

OTHER UCSD WEEK PROGRAMS ABROAD (4)

  1. Turkey (2013) – 1-week Spring Break Program, UCSD undergraduate students
  2. Turkey (2013) – NEH Summer Institute (World History) – 3-week program for 25 Secondary Education Teachers
  3. Turkey (2014) – 1-week Spring Break Program, UCSD undergraduate students
  4. Turkey (2015) – NEH Summer Institute (World History) – 3-week program for 25 Secondary Education Teachers

OTHER UCSD OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS (1)

Navajo Nation (2018) – 1-week Spring Break program with ERC Undergraduate students in a new program called MMW Serves.

ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS (20)

Prof. Herbst has led 20 UCSD Environmental Humanities freshman seminars in the deserts and mountains of Southern CA, combing classroom activity with a weekend experience at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Mt. San Jacinto SP, Palomar Mountain SP, Cuyamaca Rancho SP, and Joshua Tree National Park.

 

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