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Voyage Label: Spring 2017

  • R. Scott Marshall

    Scott Marshall is Vice Provost for Academic and Fiscal Planning and a Professor of Management at the Portland State University. He joined Portland State University in December 1999 as an […]

  • Beijing and Lhasa, Tibet (5 nights)

    Begin by flying to Beijing, the capital city of China, and start your explorations at Tiananmen Square, one of the largest public squares in the world, and historical site of […]

  • Jaouad El Mazoudi

    Jaouad El Mazoudi is a professor in his final year of preparing his Ph.D. in management sciences at the Faculté des Sciences Juridiques Economiques et Sociales Agdal in Rabat, Morocco. The […]

  • Rhoda Kadalie

    Rhoda Kadalie is Executive Director of the Impumelelo Social Innovations Centre set up in 1999 to reward social innovations (including government and civil society initiatives) that improve the quality of […]

  • Khanh Pham

    Khanh Pham is a senior lecturer at Foreign Trade University, Ho Chi Minh City Campus. She holds a graduate certificate in Tertiary Education Management from the University of Melbourne, Australia, […]

  • Bryan Willson

    Dr. Bryan Willson is Executive Director of the Energy Institute at Colorado State University (www.Energy.ColoState.edu), where he also serves as a Professor of Mechanical Engineering. He served as a Program […]

  • Melissa Topacio Long

    Melissa Topacio Long is the founder and director of ImprintEd Abroad, a study abroad provider organization that brings students to Morocco for culturally immersive exchange programs. Having lived in Morocco […]

  • Canyoneering at Tamarind Falls (Group C)

    Canyoneering: the sport of exploring a canyon by engaging in such activities as rappelling, rafting, and waterfall exploration. The Tamarind Falls remain the most famous in Mauritius thanks to the beautiful “7 […]

  • Catamaran Sail & Snorkel Group B

    Start off your time in port with some beach time at Waikiki beach before encountering the healing powers of Hawaii’s Pacific Ocean; enjoya 2-hour catamaran sail off the beautiful Diamond Head […]

  • A Visit with HOPE Cape Town

    In Cape Town it is proposed that we will travel to HOPE (an NGO), Tygerberg Hospital and Blikkiesdorp where we will observe their efforts and help them to address access […]

  • Seminar: Biological Anthropology (Focus: Global Health) [CRN 28639]

    Globalization has had both beneficial and harmful effects on human health whether examining developing countries or developed regions of the world. Ecological, biological, and economic, political, and social settings have […]

  • IMPACT: University Exchange (recently added!)

    Through a partnership with African Leadership College, this program provides a truly unique opportunity. Begin with a campus visit, enjoy lunch with university students and end the day visiting the botanical gardens and […]

  • Cheetah Outreach Project and Wine & Olive Tasting (Group A)

    Departing the quayside on a scenic drive of approximately 45 minutes will take you to the Cheetah Outreach Project, situated just outside Somerset West. Cheetahs have been man’s hunting partners […]

  • Cape Canopy Ziplining Adventure (Group B)

    Depart the quayside and transfer to the Elgin Valley near Grabouw. Situated in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve and only one hour from Cape Town. After a safety briefing and […]


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