Course Offerings: Check out the current "packages" of course offerings, and see why it makes sense to take the courses together instead of separately.
Faculty: Find out more about the program's faculty (Terry Fencl, Lesley Miller, Allen Salzman, and John Wager), or leave them email messages.
Speech/Sociology/Philosophy Syllabus: Requirements, assignments,
schedule for the M-W-F 3-course package of SPE101, SOC100 and
December 18--January 20, 2011 "Interim" : HIS
Asia & the Pacific II, (Emphasis placed on the Far Pacific Island
regions) NOTE: This course
will satisfy your diversity / third world requirment.
and schedule for the M-W-F 3-course package of SPE130, PSY201, and
NEW ! For Spring 2005
! IDS 101 and IDS 102.
Take one of these courses, and opt to make it count towards either your
Fine Arts or Humanities Gen. Ed. requirements.
Child Psychology/Intro to Fiction Syllabus: Requirements, assignments, and schedule for the Mon.-Wed. package of PSY216 and ENG103.
Readings: View or download electronic texts of assigned readings.
Resources A menu of other 'Web Sites' useful to Undergraduate Center students.
Audio-Visual Resources Some helpful Triton Library video, film, and computer resources.
Campus Events Calendar A monthly calendar of campus events.
Discussions Student Lounge, Class Discussions for Theater and
|We also offer courses offering the chance for INTERNATIONAL STUDY for COLLEGE CREDIT at LOW COST, going to places like France, Spain, Greece, Germany, England and Italy. Click on the links below for details on some upcoming trips, and to be put on our mailing list for future trips.|
All trips give college-level academic credit in the course 'HUM 296 (Special Topics).' A limited number of travel scholarships (usually for $200) are available for these trips.
You can now fill out an on line application for information on future trips.
PARIS, the Loire Valley, and Normandy during Spring
Break, Mar. 11---19 (approximate dates), 2010.
Travel with Triton's Criminal Justice Program, and learn about law enforcement in Eastern Europe.
|Ireland, 2006: David Prine's Photos
Photos from the trip
Itinerary of the trip
now fill out
on line application for future trips. Get your
(Keep in mind that although you have to be a Triton student to go on
these trips, being enrolled in the included 1-hour HUM296 class makes
a Triton student for the duration of the trip. So if you are
to another school with the same spring break time, or if you are out of
school entirely, you can still go.)
and faculty were in GREECE for Spring Break
Dr. John Wager sent back digital photos and digital videos of some of their activities; Click here to see these photos and videos.
ITALY & FRANCE (Venice, Florence, Pisa, Nice and Paris) Mar. 2000.Italy and France were GREAT! Everyone returned from the March 9-18 2000 Spring Break trip, even though there were threats from several students that they might accidentally lose their passports on the way to the airport. The photos from the trip are now on line at http://undergraduatecenter.dhs.org/2000_italy/trip.html
You can use them in any way you wish
BRITAIN (including IRELAND, SCOTLAND and ENGLAND) Mar. 1999.
CHINA including Beijing, the Great Wall, Xi'an, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, May -- June, 1999.
|ITALY including VENICE, FLORENCE and ROME, Mar. 13-22 1998.|
GERMANY Austria and Switzerland, Mar. 21-30 1997.
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| Liviu Librescu
(August 18, 1930
– April 16, 2007) was a Romanian-born Israeli professor, whose
most recent position was Professor of Engineering Science and
Mechanics at Virginia
Tech. His major research fields were Aeroelasticity and Unsteady aerodynamics. The 76
year-old Holocaust survivor was shot and killed in the Virginia Tech massacre while holding
off the gunman at his lecture hall entrance so his students could escape.
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"The best thing for being sad," replied Merlyn, beginning to puff and blow, "is to learn something. That is the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder of your veins, you may miss your only love, you may see the world about you devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honour trampled in the sewers of baser minds. There is only one thing for it then--to learn." --Merlyn the Magician, advising the young Arthur, from The Once and Future King, by T.H. White