INFO SESSION ON JAN 28th FOR THE TWO-WEEK STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
Join us for an information session (this session can be attended in person or via online broadcast, and will also be recorded for later viewing) on the two-week student study abroad program to learn more about the day-to-day activities and tours in the Netherlands. After a twenty-minute presentation from the program instructor John MacArthur, there will be plenty of time to ask any questions you have about the program, application process, and travel plans. Applications are now open!
JOIN IN PERSON: Attend the info session in person on the Portland State campus in the Karl Miller Center: KMC-605 OIA Classroom (30)
JOIN ONLINE: This session will be recorded and posted online afterwards. It will also be streamed live here: https://meet.google.com/hjx-iejm-aqs or you can join by phone +1 435-562-1267 PIN: 207 098 896#
OVERVIEW OF THE TWO-WEEK STUDENT STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM (JUNE 21 - JULY 4, 2020)
Hosted by TREC, this four-credit PSU study abroad program (CE 495 / 595) presents an introduction to sustainable transportation and land use applications in the Dutch context. The course creates an immersive experience to explore the Dutch approach to cycling, transit, innovative mobility and land use. The curriculum will feature material that provides a comparison between U.S. and the Netherlands problems, priorities, and solutions. Specific emphases on planning and engineering principles, policy, and practice will be explored through field trips, tours and guest lectures, while visiting Utrecht, Amsterdam, Delft, and Houten. Students completing this course will develop a broader understanding of sustainable transportation issues and expand their toolkit for context-sensitive solutions. This study abroad program will examines how the urban areas and transportation systems of that nation have been designed to promote transportation by foot, bicycle, and public transportation. READ THE FULL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION HERE.
UPCOMING INFO SESSIONS IN LATE JANUARY 2020
If you can't attend this info session for students, or are looking to learn more about the one-week program for professionals --> ADD YOUR EMAIL TO THIS LIST. We'll be hosting two more info sessions in late January that will be both streamed online and recorded.