In the summer of 2019, students of Georgia Highlands College have the opportunity to study abroad in Montepulciano, Italy as part of a study abroad consortium with Kennesaw State University. Montepulciano is a beautiful town in the hills of Tuscany overlooking a valley of vineyards. The town is within a few hours travel to major cities such as Rome and Florence. You find a video shot by a drone flying over Montepulciano at the following link:
Students on the Montepulciano program live in apartments in the town where they take two three hour credit courses in classrooms at La Fortezza, a restored medieval fortress. The Montepulciano program has two session, session I (Early Summer, May 16-June 20) and session II (Late Summer, June 27-August 1).
A Prezi with more information about the Montepulciano program is as follows:
GHC Professor of History Dr. Jayme Feagin will teach History courses and help GHC students on session I. For more information about session I, including airfare, lodging, courses, site visits, pricing and an application, please see the following website: https://kennesaw.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10017
You may also contact Dr. Feagin at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GHC Assistant Professor of Sociology Christina Wolfe will teach Sociology courses and help GHC students on session II. For more information about session II, including airfare, lodging, courses, site visits, pricing and an application, please see the following website: https://kennesaw.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10039
You may also contact Professor Wolfe at: email@example.com