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Study in Ecuador This Summer
Attend a Free Orientation Session
Anthropology Lab (Room 3103)
May 16, 2012noon and again at 6 p.m.
Get your hands on history, archaeology and cultural exchange in the Ecuadorian Andes this summer when you participate in a Foothill College study abroad program. Learn how you can earn college units and participate in the Ecuador
program by attending a free orientation session Wednesday, May 16
. All orientations meet at noon and again at 6 p.m.
in Room 3103. You need only attend one orientation session. Admission is free and the public is invited; parking is $3.
In addition to coursework, field trips and service learning projects, Foothill's Anthropology Department
is sending a research team to investigate the Inca in July. No prior experience of anthropology is necessary. Sam Connell, Ph.D.
, continues his investigation of the Inca fortresses of Ecuador.
Students of all ages and abilities will live with the research team and work on all aspects of the research project, including archaeological survey and excavation, and community development activities. When you attend the orientation, you'll learn more about each program's curriculum, timeline for payment and departure, costs, course requirements. For more information, review Foothill's Study in Ecuador website
, or call or e-mail Samuel Connell
, (650) 949-7197
.Phone us at: (650) 949-7197eMail us at: ConnellSamuel@foothill.eduClick here for more information.
Check this link for additional information: http://www.foothill.edu/anthropology/index.php
Special Notice: Orientation is free; parking is $3. Purchase permit from dispensers in any student lot.