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Environment and Resiliency in Italy — Coe College faculty Andrea Kann, Martin St. Clair, and Angela Ziskowski developed an interdisciplinary module shared by three courses when they participated in the 2013 SAIL seminar in Italy.

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  • SAIL 2013-2014

All projects » SAIL 2013-2014

  1. American Transcendentalists

    Curricular project: 200-level, interdisciplinary course

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Humanities
  2. Catastrophe and Apocalypse in Herculaneum

    A nine-session module at the 200-level

    • Institution(s): St. Olaf College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Interdisciplinary approaches, Humanities, Social sciences
  3. Ecological Impacts of Tourism in and Around San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

    An activity to use in a study abroad course

    • Institution(s): Luther College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Teaching off campus, Natural sciences
  4. Environment and Resiliency in Italy

    A shared module for three courses

    • Institution(s): Coe College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Pedagogy, Interdisciplinary approaches, Humanities, Social sciences, Natural sciences
  5. GIS as a Platform for Interdisciplinary Education and Research

    Putting place, space, and humanity into a shared frame of reference

    • Institution(s): Colorado College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Using digital resources, Natural sciences
  6. Italy and the Mediterranean: Earth, Sea, and Culture

    An international, block-length course in Italy

    • Institution(s): Colorado College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Using digital resources, Teaching off campus, Interdisciplinary approaches, Humanities, Social sciences, Natural sciences
  7. Multidimensional Ethical Dilemmas: Sacred & Commoditized Water in Atacama

    An activity to be used in a study abroad course

    • Institution(s): Luther College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Teaching off campus, Social sciences
  8. Paideia 450: Crowds, Culture, and Cuisine: The Ancient and Modern City

    A January Term study abroad course

    • Institution(s): Luther College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Teaching off campus, Humanities
  9. Rio Loa Water Chemistry

    An activity to use in a study abroad course

    • Institution(s): Luther College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Teaching off campus, Natural sciences
  10. Rivers in Space and Time

    An assignment for Geology 210: Geomorphology

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Using digital resources, Interdisciplinary approaches, Social sciences, Natural sciences
  11. Social Impacts of Tourism in San Pedro de Atacama

    An activity to use in a study abroad course

    • Institution(s): Luther College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Teaching off campus, Social sciences
  12. The Arithmetic of Distance: A Module

    • Institution(s): Colorado College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Using digital resources, Social sciences
  13. The Pompeii Project: A Case Study in Space and Gender/Sexuality

    A one-week module within a 10-week, 200-level course

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Humanities, Social sciences