Term To Be Offered: Pre-departure Coursework in January 2012 | Travel to Denmark May 24 - June 10, 2012
|Associate Professor of Political Science, Coordinator of Environmental Studies Program||Thaw Hall 203D||(865) 981-8048
|Assistant Professor of Art||Clayton Center for the Arts, Main Building 308||(865) 981-8154
How does sustainable development impact human behavior, the environment surrounding us, and ultimately, how does it influence one’s personal environmental ethic? Learn about the designed and urban environment in Copenhagen, including both medieval and contemporary sustainability-focused features. More specifically, the course will immerse students in the process of understanding sustainable urban development and planning by participating in the infrastructure as other Copenhageners do, by riding bicycles on a daily basis within the city. This course will address socio-economic, mobility, ecological and aesthetic issues surrounding a city that utilizes sustainable urban planning to unify spaces.
Roundtrip airfare, local transportation, accommodations, field trips, some meals, international travel insurance, visas, application fee, and deposit
Passport, immunizations, some meals & personal expenses.
*Please note that prices are tentative and may fluctuate based on variation in exchange rates, number of participants, price fluctuations in actual airfares and fuel surcharges, or administrative overhead