ATHENS, DELPHI, ISLAND OF AEGINA (Trip dates March 1 – 9, 2024)
Greece, the birthplace of democracy and cradle of western civilization, offers extraordinary opportunities for a rich learning experience. Yet, Athens is also a vibrant modern metropolis that remains affordable, safe, and friendly. During this 9-day program, participants will be able to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the Ancient Greek Civilization. Part of this program will be based in Aegina, a beautiful island in the Saronic Gulf, 27 km from Athens. Visiting both Athens and Aegina will give participants the wonderful opportunity to get off the beaten path and to discover other locations, which were equally at the core of the development and the enrichment of both the country’s and the entire world’s culture.
This trip is intended for: Students, faculty, staff and community members. **View this link for information about costs and deadlines for the trip: https://www.davidsondavie.edu/academics/international-education/travel-abroad/greece/
NOTE: All participants must take HUM 120 for credit or the concurrent continuing education course to participate in this trip. The class will meet on Thursday evenings from 6-7:15 p.m. during the first eight weeks of spring semester 2024. The first class meeting will be face-to-face and the last class will meet face-to-face on the Thursday, March 14 following the trip for a time of reflection.
Contact Info: Rhonda Winters at email@example.com or 336-249-8186, Ext 6740