Honors Trips

Honors Summer Study Abroad Programs

Year University Theme
1985 Edinboro Global Realities: East Meets West: An Interdisciplinary Summer Honors Program in the Humanities
1986 Bloomsburg Culture in Conflict: An Examination of Arab-Israeli Relations
1987 Shippensburg Latin America: Reform or Revolution?
1988 Millersville Science, Politics, and Public Policy: Nuclear Energy, Genetic Engineering and the Interaction of Science and Government in the Twentieth Century
1989 Kutztown The Russian Experience: Myths and Realities
1990 Slippery Rock Black Issues in the Twenty-First Century
1991 West Chester The Global Environmental Crisis
1992/3 Mansfield Canada: Unknown Northern Neighbor - University of Guelph
1994 Edinboro, Slippery Rock The Country as Text - focusing on Great Britain with Exeter College, Oxford
1995 Kutztown Diplomatic Academy in Moscow, Russia
1996 Indiana Interdisciplinary Focus in Vienna, Austria
1997 East Stroudsburg, Bloomsburg Explorations in Our Past: the Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields, England
1998 Clarion Archaeological and Geoarchaeological Studies in Italy, Tuscany, Italy
1999 California Tempus Mirabile: Renaissance and Reformation
2000 Edinboro Edinboro@Edinburgh: The Scottish Enlightenment, University of Edinburgh
2001 West Chester A South African Vision: The Call to Citizen Leadership in Nation Building
2002 Lock Haven Conflict in Spanish Art and Culture
2003 Kutztown The Politics of Latin America
2004 Slippery Rock Costa Rica
2005 Clarion Moulin Rouge, Monet, and Mallarme: The Art, Music, and Culture of Paris from 1850-1914
2006 Cheney Kingdoms, Nation Building, and Democracy: A Journey to Ghana
2007 California Mirabile Inventu: European Renaissance and Reformation with Antique Connections
2008 Bloomsburg China Today: People, Policies, and Preferences
2009 Shippensburg Constructing European Identity: The Middle Ages and The Modern Era
2010 Clarion Mapping Cultural and Historical Egypt
2011 Millersville The Atlantic World in the Age of Revolution
2012 California There and Back Again: Medievalism, Modernity, and the University
2013 Bloomsburg Music and Media: A Grand European Tour
2014 Mansfield The Canadian Maritimes: Geological Wonders Living From the Land and Sea

Summary

The Bloomsburg University Honor Program is a community of students and faculty with strong academic, social, and service aspirations.

Location

Honors Department Offices
Located on the corner of Luzerne nearest the BU store, across from the Kehr Union building.

Contact

Feel free to contact the honors department with any questions you may have.
Phone: (570) 389-5481
Email: sthonors@bloomu.edu
More contact information can be found at the contact us page on this site.