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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Michael Petrus

    Michael Petrus is a Principal of Crisman+Petrus Architects in Charlottesville, Virginia and teaches architecture studios at the University of Virginia. He holds a Master of Architecture in Urban Design degree […]

  • Phoebe Crisman

    Phoebe Crisman, AIA is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean for Research at the University of Virginia. She also directs the interdisciplinary Global Sustainability Minor program and co-directs […]

  • Photography (Section 1)

    We will take the opportunity to use photography to not only document our travels, but to examine and deploy it as an art form and a lens to explore the […]

  • Sustainable Communities

    This course investigates the emerging principles and triple bottom line of sustainable development-environmental quality, economic health, and social equity-as reflected in buildings, towns, and cities around the world. We will […]

  • World Cities

    Cities are enduring and remarkable human artifacts that have been shaped in response to climate, geography, culture, commerce, aesthetics and technology. In the present era, changing modes of communication, energy […]

  • Sacred Places

    This introductory course will focus on the major religious architecture and landscapes of the world, with a particular focus on sacred places-cities, buildings and gardens-that we will visit on our […]

  • Betsy Castaldi

    Elizabeth (Betsy) Castaldi completed her BA in Journalism from Penn State.  She has worked in corporate sales, brand building and marketing, as well as an educator in the physical fitness […]

  • What Else Can A Library Be?

    By the time the MV Explorer reaches Ireland, students will already have visited the largest floating library in the world. In Dublin, students of my class will begin what can […]

  • Ian Vollum

    Ian Vollum is a well-seasoned traveler with a background in Early Childhood Education and Yoga. After three previous SAS voyages, he is excited to be returning for the FALL’13 voyage […]

  • Gregg Henry

    Gregg Henry has been designing and building energy-efficient and and architecturally-sensitive homes for thirty years, as President and CEO of his company, Full Circle Builders.  As a founder and Board […]

  • Ruth Mason

    Ruth Mason has enjoyed a career in international education, primarily in study abroad.  She was the Director of International Education for fifteen years at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, and […]

  • You will head to the Belém area where you will visit the Jeronimos Monastery. This monument, designed in the Manueline style, was built in the 16th century, under the orders […]

  • Julie Sivertson

    Julie currently works as an Adventure Director at Natural Habitat Adventures managing the design and operation of small group, nature and wildlife trips worldwide. Her focus is planning trips to […]

  • Cross Cultural Psychology (field lab in Rio de Janeiro, day 2)

    This course provides an overview of the field of cross-cultural psychology. It will review contemporary theoretical approaches to the study of culture and psychology, with a particular emphasis on evolutionary […]

  • Introduction to World Religions (field lab in Casablanca, day 4)

    This course is a survey of the major religious traditions in the world today. Emphasis in class will be on understanding the worldview and values of each tradition, as well […]


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