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SISA-L  January 2007

SISA-L January 2007

Subject:

Students Interested in Study Abroad 1/25

From:

Monica Catalano <[log in to unmask]>

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Monica Catalano <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 25 Jan 2007 18:03:17 -0500

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In this week's issue:

1.      WE'RE MOVING
2.      UGA GEOLOGY IN ARGENTINA INFO TABLE
3.      PASSPORTS REQUIREMENT
4.      APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

We're Moving!

OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION MOVING TO BANK OF AMERICA - end of February

You'd expect international educators to be a mobile lot, and this
semester, the Office of International Education is moving to the Bank of
America Building in downtown; the move is currently scheduled for the week of
February 26th.

New address:  110 E Clayton Street (corner of Clayton and Lumpkin)

Study Abroad and UGA Costa Rica will occupy the third floor, and
Immigration Services and the Office of the Associate Provost will occupy
the fourth floor.

The new telephone number for study abroad will be 706-425-3273 (note
that this number is not yet in service; please continue to use
706-542-7903, extension 1).

While there may be slight delays in getting back to student and faculty
during the week of transition (as well as the need to transition to new
phone numbers), we will continue to check e-mail as regularly as
possible during the week of the move.

****************************************************

UGA GEOLOGY IN ARGENTINA INFORMATION TABLE
"For students with a passion for the outdoors".

 Learn about this unique opportunity to study and travel along 4,000
miles of Argentina's most beautiful and rarely visited places in the
Andes. Students in any discipline can register for core or upper
division science courses.

Upcoming Information Sessions:

*Friday January 26, Departmental Information table, Jittery Joe's
Cafeteria at the SLC, 2:00 Pm -5:00 PM.
*Tuesday February 13, Departmental Information table, Jittery Joe's
Cafeteria at the SLC, 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM.

Students and friends are welcome. Visit the program's website at:
http://mapatino.myweb.uga.edu/arghome.html

-********************************************************************************************
PASSPORTS REQUIRED  - 1/23

Please remember that beginning January 23, 2007, U.S. citizens who
travel by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and
South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required to present a
valid passport.

For more information, please see:

http://travel.state.gov/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2223.html

********************************************************************************************
APPLICATION DEADLINE - UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAMS - FEB 1, 2007:
The Office of International Education will be accepting student
applications on February 1 for Fall 2007 and Full Year 2007-2008 UGA
Exchange Programs in Australia, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, Chile,
Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Portugal,
South Korea, Trinidad & Tobago, and the United Kingdom (England &
Wales).
Exchange Programs offer the unique opportunity to directly enroll in
classes with students from the host university, plus several host
universities may also offer language and culture programs.  Students
abroad on UGA Exchange Programs pay in-state tuition and fees to UGA,
housing fees to their host university, plus pay transportation costs
to the exchange program destination.  Students are eligible to keep
HOPE and other UGA financial aid benefits while studying abroad
through an exchange program.
--Application Deadline:  February 1, 2007 for Fall 2007 and Full Year
2007-2008 programs
--For Additional Information: Consult the UGA Programs List on-line at
 <http://www.uga.edu/oie/saprograms.htm>
http://www.uga.edu/oie/saprograms.htm
or
--Contact: Colleen Larson, Study Abroad Advisor, Office of
International Education, 209 Barrow Hall, E-mail [log in to unmask]
--TO SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT:  Call the OIE Reception Desk at 706-542-7903
***********************************************************************************************

APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR ANTARCTICA:  FALL 2007

August 22, 2007-January 9, 2008 (15 weeks webcast and 2 weeks field)

This study abroad course explores the Antarctica and adjacent
sub-Antarctic region (such as Tierra del Fuego and the Southern
Ocean), including its history, geology, climate, and marine and
terrestrial biology. Special attention is given to contemporary legal,
psychological, and anthropological aspects of human activity in the
region, conservation of ecosystems, and sustainable use of natural
resources. Students attend weekly lectures during fall, prepare a
research essay in their area of primary interest, and then participate
in field study for 15 days which includes a cruise of the Antarctic
Peninsula and exploration of the natural and cultural systems of
Tierra del Fuego and South America.

Credit is available at the undergraduate and graduate levels for 6
credit hours in one or more of the following disciplines:
Anthropology 4272/6272
Forest Resources 4272/6272
Marine Sciences 4272/6272
APPLICATION DEADLINE:  January 31, 2007

For more information visit
http://www.uga.edu/oie/southpacific/programs/antarctica.html

***********************************************************************************************

--
Monica Catalano
Study Abroad Graduate Assistant
University of Georgia
Direct:  706-542-6605
Main:  706-542-7903

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