Faculty-Led Programs

SUNY Oneonta offers a variety of short-term, faculty-led programs throughout the year that are time and cost sensitive. Faculty-led trips carry college credit, community service components, cultural experiences, or a combination. Short-term program opportunities include travel with faculty to such regions as Africa, Central America, Asia and Europe.

Spring 2017



Course: History 294-Special Topics: The Ancient Aegean
Credits: 3
Travel Dates:
February 27th, 2017 - March 12th, 2017
Contact: Dr. April Harper



Undergrad Course:
SPAN 294 Salsa, Sugar & Coffee
Credits: 3
Travel Dates:
March 2nd, 2017 - March 13th, 2017
Contact: Dr. Maria Montoya

Cooperstown Graduate Program Course:
HISC 550-Topics of History: Histories of slavery, race & culture in Colombia
Credits: 1
Travel Dates:
March 2nd, 2017 - March 13th, 2017
Contact: Dr. Will Walker
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Summer 2017



Course: Biology 296: Directed Research
Credits: 4
Travel Dates:
May 22nd, 2017 - June 21st, 2017
Contact: Tami LaPilusa
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Course: GEO. 385: Environmental Sciences 385 & Geology 385
Credits: 3
Travel Dates:
August 1st, 2017 - August 14th, 2017
Contact: Dr. Tracy Allen



Course: HUEC 394-Special Topics in Human Ecology: Food, Nutrition & in Peru
Credits: 3
Travel Dates:
May 29th, 2017 - June 16th, 2017
Contact: Dr. Jennifer L. Bueche

Dr. Janet Antwi
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For more information about Faculty - Led Programs contact:
Angela LaRosa
Faculty-Led Program Coordinator
Email: Angela.LaRosa@oneonta.edu
Phone: 607.436.3369

For Faculty Interested in Starting a Program:

To begin the process of coordinating a faculty-led program, please review the faculty-led manual. Included in this document are the program request form, budget sheets, Clery report form and a timeline of a typical faculty-led program. Along with this manual, please review the OIE Policy for further information.

If necessary, extra budget sheets and the program request forms can be printed. For each student participating in this program the following student form must be completed.