Join Case Western Reserve University's Institute for the Science of Origins and Siegal Lifelong Learning to explore southwest France and Geneva, Switzerland. Enjoy historic and cultural sites, the nature and landscape, the food and wine, and a tour of CERN, known for the Hadron Collider - the world's most powerful particle accelerator.
Patricia Princehouse, Director, Program in Evolutionary Biology; Origins major Associate Director, Institute for the Science of Origins, CWRU
Glenn Starkman, Professor of Physics and Astronomy; Director, Center for Educational Research in Cosmology and Astrophysics; Director, Institute for the Science of Origins
- CERN visit
- Walking tour and wine tasting in Geneva
- Visit to Palais des Papes
- Tour Caverne Pont d"arc
- Exploration of Pech Merle & Gargas Caves
- Optional hikes
- Cooking lesson
Per person, double occupancy: $6,995
$1,199 single supplement
Space is limited. Deposit $1500 to reserve your spot today.
Price includes all ground transportation, all breakfasts and dinners, taxes & gratuities and entrance feed and guided tours. Airfare not included.
*Final price may change due to fluctuations in currency exchange markets.
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To register and make your deposit, contact Felicia Westbrooks at 216.368.2090 or email email@example.com.
For other questions, contact Patricia Princehouse at firstname.lastname@example.org