The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program

Winter Institute
February 23-25, 2014

Tampa Bay Area An Exploration of Art & Music with Don Rosenberg, Former Music & Dance Critic, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dr. Catherine Scallen, CWRU Chair of the Dept. of Art History and Art Dr. Henry Adams, CWRU Professor of American Art.

Join these top-notch scholars as they share their passion and expertise in the fields of music and art. Program includes morning and afternoon classes, daily meals and down time on the beautiful North Redington Beach in Florida. Pricing: $425 (all meals) $375 (lunch only option) *lodging and airfare not included. 
For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.

The Netherlands: Social Justice
March 9-16, 2014

Travel with Professor Mark Singer and Dean Cleve Gilmore of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences for an experiential and hands on course designed to familiarize participants with Dutch culture, social policies and practices. Trip includes guided tours of neighborhoods and social institutions and presentations will be given by government officials, social workers, health care providers and many of Holland's most prominent scholars.
Pricing: $2995 (single occupancy); $2695 (double occupancy) *Airfare not included
For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.

Invisible Groups in a New Poland
May 8-16, 2014

Join Kathleen Farkas and Richard Romaniuk, CWRU Professors of Applied Social Science, of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences as they introduce students to Polish culture and social policies and practices concerning disenfranchised, stigmatized and disempowered social groups. Students will have the opportunity to engage government officials, practicing social workers and some of Poland's most prominent scholars. The trip includes guided tours of neighborhoods and social institutions as well as cultural events and outings.
Pricing: Hotel: $3395 (single occupancy); $3095 (double occupancy)
Dormitory: $3095 (single occupancy); $2795 (double occupancy)
*Airfare not included
For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.

Explore Classical Greece
May 15-24, 2014

Join CWRU Professor of Classics, Rachel Sternberg and explore the classical heritage of Greece in a small group setting. This trip will include visits to the Acropolis, the Temple of Zeus and the National Museum as well as day trips to Delphi, the Peloponnese, Epidaurus and Nauplion and the island of Aegina.
Pricing: $3173 (single occupancy); $2549 (double occupancy) *Airfare not included
For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.

Atoms, Space & Deep Dark Places: An ISO Origins Science Expedition to Geneva, the Alps and the Pyrenees
June 10-22, 2014

From the CERN particle accelerator, Geneva and the Alps to Pyrenees prehistoric art, to the Pic du Midi telescope with regional wine, food, and fun along the way!

Travel with scientists who share your passion for science and nature! Our tour begins in Geneva, Switzerland where we will experience breathtaking scenery, fabulous wine, exquisite chocolate and gastronomical specialties, and thanks to the scientific research of ISO Director Glenn Starkman- a rare tour of the experiments and huge, underground, precision particle accelerators at CERN (European Center for Nuclear Research) where the Higgs boson was recently discovered.

Due to our special access to places normally off-limits to the public, group size is strictly limited to 17.
Price: $5,750
Supplement for single room: $1,500
For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.

Turkey Past and Present
June 21-28, 2014

Explore the natural beauty of the black sea and interior of Asia Minor and visit the bustling streets of Istanbul with CWRU Professor of History, John Grabowski.
Cost: $2955 (single occupancy); $2641 (double occupancy)
*Airfare not included.

For questions, please call 216.368.2090 or email lifelonglearning@case.edu.


International Programs at MSASS

Take an educational holiday overseas during Winter Break or Spring Break. Engage in cross-cultural studies of social policies and practices for health and human services. Several three-credit travel-abroad courses are available for all students from all majors and programs as well as working professionals in health and human services. Groups are traveling to India, The Netherlands, Guatemala and Poland in 2013.

For more information contact Debby Jacobson, PhD, director of International Education Programs.