ETBU students, faculty spread globally for summer
May Term at ETBU was a great opportunity for students to study abroad, if they choose. This past term, students traveled with ETBU professors to five continents: Asia, Africa, South America, Europe and North America.
In China, Dr. Kathleen Mays led one group in studying international business. A 2nd group studied ecology and ecological management led by Dr. Roy Darville. Mark Yates led a 3rd group engaging in a cultural exchange.
In Ethiopia, Dr. Elijah Brown led students in studying the History of Christianity in Africa.
In Ecuador, Dr. Catherine Cone and Connie Wyszynski co-led in teaching Global Community Health.
In England, Dr. Cassie Falke taught British Romanticism literature to ETBU students.
In Israel, President Dr. Dub Oliver and Dr. Israel Nandamudi led a group to the Holy Land focusing on the History, Politics and Religion of Israel.
What an experience for the students that will be a memory for a lifetime.
Read about experiences in Israel, Ethiopia, and Ecuador by clicking on the appropriate link.
To read about ETBU Students Journey to Israel to Study Culture, Politics, click here.
To read about ETBU Students Travel to Ethiopia, click here.
To read about ETBU Students Combine Study, Ministry In Ecuador, click here.
To read about ETBU Students Overcome Travel Obstacles While In Ecuador, click here.