After three long years, CCSA returns with a set of three Winter programs with fifteen courses/faculty, six on-site administrators, associates guests, and 165 students.

The big out-bound travel day is December 26. The on-site portion of the London-based programs ends January 8, while the Australia group returns on January 9. The study abroad portion is embedded within a 5-week course that begins after the Fall 2022 semester ends and extends into mid-January.

CCSA courses follow a Multimodal Global Learning model that includes a “Know Before You Go” and and “Bring it Back Home” portion during which students make connections between their home location and their study abroad location in order to increase learning and context on their subject matter. This special aspect enables faculty to expose their students to new ways of seeing both the destination and their home.

AUSTRALIA

This program is led by Dr. Denice Robertson (NKU) and Steven Guns (Murray State). Denice will teach Australia Ecosystems and Steven will serve as Program Director. Fourteen students will have the opportunity to swim with turtles at the Great Barrier Reef, observe kangaroos in the wild, participate in a conservation project to preserve a koala habitat, and hike in the tropical rainforests in Queensland. The group starts in Cairns, then moves on to Melbourne.

australia water

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LONDON WINTER

CCSA will host eight faculty who will teach 106 students. John Strada (EKU) is serving as the Program Director and Diana Maldonado (UK) as Assistant Director.

Here are the faculty and their courses:

NAMEHOMEDISCIPLINECOURSE TITLE
John AlbertiNKUEnglish / Film & Media Studies / Pop CultureHarry Potter on the Page and on the Screen
Alexandria ColovosWKUNursing / Healthcare AdministrationComparing Healthcare Systems in the UK and the U.S.
Marcie HintonMRYSTAdvertising & Promotion / Marketing / Pop Culture / Film & Media StudiesEngland in the Movies:  Storytelling and Media-induced Tourism
Karen StockWALSHManagement / Business / Organizational BehaviorMulticultural Management in London
Staci StoneJSULiterature / EnglishExploring Gothic Literature in London
Jamey Strawn & Jo SandburgNKUTheatre / English / LiteratureTheatre on Location: Classics to Contemporary
Mickey WadiaAPSUEnglish / TheatreCurtain Call: British Drama in Action
Robyn WahlEKUCommunication Disorders / Speech-Language PathologyThe King’s Speech:  Speech-Language Pathology in England
Brad WoodEKUHistoryThe People of London and Their Histories
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LONDON & DUBLIN

CCSA will host 45 students in 5 classes. Students get to experience two capital cities during the holidays as they spend the first week and celebrate the New Year in London, then travel to Dublin for the second week. The program is directed by Michael Hatton (NKU) with Kimberly Nessler (WKU) serving as Assistant Director.

Here are the faculty and courses:

NAMEHOMEDISCIPLINECOURSE TITLE
Jennifer Fairchild & Krista KimmelEKUHealthcare Administration / CommunicationHealth Care Across the Pond
Julia JohnsonUKYCreative Writing /  EnglishCreative Writing in London & Dublin
Aaron JuddTMUBusiness AdmninistrationFrom Grain to Glass: Exploring Adult Beverage Industries London & Dublin
Robert SheltonTAMUSAChemistry / History / PhilosophyThey Did What?  Science and Ethics in the UK and Ireland
David WilbanksMRYSTEnvironmental Health / Organizational Behavior and Theory / Occupational SafetyExploring Risk Management Practices in London & Dublin

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SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEES

CCSA offers two scholarships. The Storyteller Scholarship is designed to encourage student creativity and storytelling through personal narrative. Here are the Winter 22-23 Storyteller Scholars:

NAMEPROGRAMHOME SCHOOL
Alyssa KeuperLondon & DublinNorthern Kentucky University
Lexi BigardLondon & DublinEastern Kentucky University
Jeremiah JacksonLondonNorthern Kentucky University
Emma RoachAustraliaMurray State University

The CCSA Traveler Scholarship is designed to encourage student participation in CCSA programs by offering support to a wide range of students. Here are the Winter 22-23 Traveler Scholars are:

NAMEPROGRAMHOME SCHOOL
Jemma AdamsLondonNorthern Kentucky University
Alexandria AngelLondonNorthern Kentucky University
Hailey CruzLondon & DublinTexas A&M University-San Antonio
Chloe EsmeierLondonNorthern Kentucky University
Ray GarciaLondonNorthern Kentucky University
Madison HooverLondonEastern Kentucky University
Ginny LyleAustraliaUniversity of Kentucky
Madison SharonLondonEastern Kentucky University
Josie TeagueLondonEastern Kentucky University
Collin UtleyLondonWestern Kentucky University

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