Another Trip around the World
I feel very fortunate to have been part of the Fall Semester at Sea voyage around the world. I taught Global Studies again, my fifth time for that course. The countries included, Iceland, Germany, Spain, Ghana, South Africa, India, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, Japan, (and Hawaii) and back to San Diego. 570 students and 207 days. It was a good trip…
It’s been awhile
I Just got back in the mood to update this site. I’m trying to get ready for SAS Fall 2017 posts, and other local adventurers.
Grand History Trail Makes Front Page “Above the Fold” in the Gettysburg Times
Thank you Ken Knox for this Important article about the GHT. Let’s hope it moves the project forward in Adams County. GT PAGE 1 GHT GTimes 6-8-2016 p2
Example of A Course from The Center for the Study of Human Trafficking
Spring Semester 2016 International Studies Department, Course Number I 435 31035/31036. A Practicum Course Title: Sex Trafficking and Domestic Violence at Crossroads Syllabus Instructor: Stepanka Korytova, Ph.D. Office: SGIS 1006 Office hours: M-W 5:15-6:15, and by appointment 812-856-9106 firstname.lastname@example.org About the Course Class meeting days and times: M-W 4:00-5:15pm Class location: Cedar Hall C 101 Required texts and materials:…
Good Meeting with Secretary of DCNR of Pennsylvania
Cindy Dunn is enthusiastic about the Grand History Trail. In a Meeting with her last week, she pledged support to help with the Pennsylvania portions of the loop that need to be completed. We are now waiting for the budget to be approved to establish the political commission.
Just a few photographs from the Gallery of Kind Eyes Around the World
Add a few of your own photos to the site: Kindeyesaroundtheworld.org
A Quick Promotion For Crossroads: Becoming a Geographer
This coming week, August 17th – 24th, Crossroads: Becoming a Geographer will be available on Amazon Kindle for $.99. This special is intended to create interest in the book, and hopefully to obtain a few more reviews. The Kindle version is in color, so the photos and the maps are quite clear and look very good. All reviews would be…
Nice to Connect with Peace Corps Volunteers from Costa Rica
It was my pleasure to meet a group of returned Peace Corps volunteers from the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica. These people live around the D.C. area and invited me to join them for a get together. The differences in Costa Rica from when I served in 1974-75 were astounding to these volunteers. The kindness of the people of Costa…