Normandy Scholars Application Deadline (spring 2013 program)
Mon, October 8, 2012
Apply for the Frank Denius Normandy Scholars Program on World War II
Apply by: Monday, October 8
The Normandy Program, which is open to all majors on campus and does not require a foreign language, offers one-semester (Spring 2013) 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, Berlin, and Poland. Students who meet the program requirements and are looking for an extraordinary educational opportunity are invited to inquire and apply.
Stop by the NSP info table at the Study Abroad Fair (Wednesday, September 12) to talk to former Normandy Scholars about their experiences in the program. There will also be NSP Faculty available to answer questions. If you would like to acquaint yourself with the program and get an application, please view the NSP web site where you will see testimonials from past Plan II students.
For further information, you can contact the Director of The Frank Denius Normandy Scholar Program on World War Two, Professor Charters Wynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit the History Department's Undergraduate Advising Office, Garrison Hall, Room 1.140, 471-7670 for more information.