WLC Students Travel Abroad with Professors
MILWAUKEE, WI - During J Term, Wisconsin Lutheran College students are traveling abroad to study in Italy and Zambia, accompanied by their professors. Both groups departed from Wisconsin Lutheran College on January 3, 2019.
Students and professors will be sharing their photos and experiences during their journeys. Check the Study Abroad section of the WLC Magazine blog to read more.
STUDY ABROAD BLOG POSTS
ITALY: The 13 students who are enrolled in WLC's "Virtues and Vices" English course are in Italy with Dr. Martin Moldenhauer. Follow the trip as the students learn about the literature, art, architecture, historical events, people, and customs of Italy. The group is based in Orvieto but will be taking day trips to Assisi, Rome, Florence, and Sienna.
ZAMBIA: As part of their required curriculum, WLC nursing students travel to Zambia during their junior year to study the implementation of health care programs across the globe. While there, they observe medical practices and procedures in local clinics and hospitals, learn about diverse cultures, and conduct health education programs. Follow the experiences of the 20 nursing students as they travel through Zambia with Dr. Sheryl Scott and three additional chaperones.