There are several opportunities for Peru State students to study abroad.
History of Psychology in Europe (Summer 2018)
Danny Hayes will be leading a study abroad trip to Europe in May 2018. This opportunity will take students to Vienna, London and Amsterdam as we explore topics within Psychology, Criminal Justice, Social Science, Art and History.
There is a 3 credit-hour course that will take place during the spring semester prior to trip to Europe.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please attend one of the informational sessions listed below. If you are unable to attend the sessions, please contact Professor Hayes at DHayes@peru.edu to schedule a meeting in person or over the phone.
Meetings will take place in TJM 302
Tuesday September 5th at 11:00 am
Tuesday September 5th at 3:30 pm
Wednesday September 6th at 3:30 pm
Thursday September 7th at 11:00 am
Also, there will be four $1300 scholarships for the trip and one $1800 award for a Program Assistant. The application deadline is Monday, September 18th for both of these opportunities. See applications below.
If you plan to attend the trip and have not signed up, Education First is offering a $200 discount if you enroll prior to August 31st.
If you have any questions please visit the trip website http://www.efcollegestudytours.com/professors-trip/1956626WD or contact Professor Hayes at email@example.com.
Itinerary: History of Psychology in Europe Tour Number: 1956626WD Travelers can either enroll online: http://www.efcollegestudytours.com/1961175EX
Or enroll on the phone: Monday – Friday, call our traveler support team at 1-877-485-4184. Travelers will pay the $95 enrollment fee cost and the $165 insurance when they enroll.
The group will first fly into Quito and spend a few days in this metropolitan city that dates back to around 980 AD. Here they will be introduced to the rich history of the city and begin their cultural immersion. Students will then spend several days in the northern village of San Clemente with the Andean people. The students will serve at the school and meet with the leaders and families in the area leaning about their rich history as Pre-Inca people and their close relationships with the regional volcanic geography. They will then drive south and, after a brief stop at the equator, will take a small plane into the rain forest and spend time at Sharamentsa with the Achuar tribe. Sharamentsa has created a community organization that receives small groups of visitors like ours so that we can learn their way of life. After flying out of the rain forest students will have time for some recreational activites in Banos before they fly back from Quito to Omaha.