Normandy Scholar Program on World War II Application Deadline: Monday, October 3
Mon, October 3, 2011 • Garrison Hall, Room (1-140)
NSP class of 2011 at Westminster Abbey
The Normandy Scholar Program on World War Two (NSP) is open to all majors on campus, and does not require a foreign language, offers one-semester (Spring 2011) of intensive study of World War Two combined with a three week-long faculty-led study visit to the most important European sites of World War Two in London, Paris, Normandy, and Berlin. Students whomeet the program requirements and are looking for an extraordinary educational opportunity are invited to inquire and apply.
If you would like to acquaint yourself with the program and get an application, please visit the NSP web site (also linkedon the left-hand side of the History Department home page).
For more information, you can contact the Director of The Normandy Scholar Program on World War Two, Professor Charters Wynn or visit the History Department's Undergraduate Advising Office, Garrison Hall, Room (1-140) 471-7670. Email to set up an appointment.