Arts & Science Students Participate in Icelandic Adventure
A group of Arts & Science students recently returned from another great trip to Iceland as part of the interdisciplinary field work course, SCIENCE 3IS3. The course, taught by Dr. Carolyn Eyles, provides students with a unique experiential opportunity to learn about the geography, geology, and history of Iceland by visiting several natural wonders, including volcanoes, ice caps, and glaciers. This year’s trip included six Arts & Science students as well as the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), Dr. David Wilkinson. Last year, Dr. Jean Wilson, Director of the Arts & Science Program, and Dr. John Maclachlan, an Artsci instructor, were both part of the teaching team that oversaw a group of 25 students, including six from Arts & Science, on a similar Icelandic adventure.
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