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  • Locations: Santa Fe, United States
  • Program Terms: Summer
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission 06/01/2018 06/13/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
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Program Type: Short Term Faculty Directed Area of Study: Art (ART), Education - General (EDC)
Minimum Required GPA: 2.0 Language of Instruction: English
Housing Options: Hotel Language Courses Offered: No
Internship or Service Learning: None College Designation: COAL
Open to Non-MSU Student: Yes MSU Registrar's Term: Summer
Program Description:
Arizona

Overview

In this course, the student will develop curriculum from first-hand experiences gained on the Acoma Reservation and visits to various anthropologically significant sites such as Canyon de Chelly, Frijoles Canyon, and others. Emphasis will be placed on historical and contemporary cultural views of Native Americana in the Southwest. The curriculum will address, from primary sources, the studio processes that reflect Native American aesthetical, critical, historical, and cultural components. On-and-off Reservation experiences in both visual and textual research will be the essential component of this course.  This experience is designed to provide a foundation of first-hand knowledge and pragmatic skills to enhance pedagogy. This course will emphasize visual research as a reciprocal aspect of studio production. Students will investigate the social, historical, pedagogical, philosophical, and evaluative topics germane to teaching Southwest Native American cultural contextualization. This course will include an introduction to cultural issues, diversity, and related perspectives in education. Examination of individual differences in ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientation, and geographic area in the context of education and society. Development of skills, knowledge, and dispositions related to teaching and learning in varied settings with diverse learners required of all educators to be effective in a global society.


Program Fee: $1,620

Program Fee Includes:

  • Accommodations
  • International Programs Academic Fee
  • In Country Transportation
  • Tours
  • Supplies
Program Fee Excludes:
  • In-state tuition for the course(s) itself
  • Transportation to/from designated airport
  • Meals
  • Passport/visa fees
  • Ground transportation for personal trips
  • Souvenirs & other personal purchases (e.g. coffee, clothing, etc.)
  • Immunization(s)
Course(s) Offered:
  • ART 698 (3)
  • EDC 345 (3) 
Maximum Credit Hours: 3

Contact:
Steve Willis
Art Education
stevewillis@missouristate.edu

Itinerary

Pre-Departure Meeting Dates Pre-Departure Meeting Topic
TBD TBD
 
Program Itinerary   
June 1 Depart Springfield for New Mexico
June 2 Make pots
June 3 Make pots
June 4 Make pots
June 5 Finish Pots
June 6 Hike El Morro, El Mal Pais
June 7 Pick-up fired pots in Grants, Leave Acoma, arrive Gallup, Richardson’s Trade Pawn, et.al. Leave Gallup, Hubble Trading Post, arrive Canyon de Chelly, Stop in Window Rock for lunch, Go to Spider Rock in the evening upon arrival. Picnic dinner in Canyon
June 8 Hike Canyon de Chelly,  Studio leave Chinle -arrive Cortez, CO for Mesa Verce
June 9 Leave Cortez, visit Mesa Verde, Arrive Sante Fe.
June 10 Santa Fe Museums: Georgia O’Keefe 217 Johnson Street Santa Fe, NM 87501, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Wheelwright Museum, Canyon Road Galleries
June 11 Santa Fe Museums: Georgia O’Keefe 217 Johnson Street Santa Fe, NM 87501, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Wheelwright Museum, Canyon Road Galleries
June 12 Bandolier National Monument (505)672-3861 x534 (or email band_group_reservations@nps.gov), Rio Grande? White Rock
Watercolor/pastel in Bandolier
June 13 Santuario de Chimayo (28 - 37), Hike Ghost Ranch Chimney Rock
June 14 Depart New Mexico for Springfield
 
Post-Program Meetings Topic
TBD TBD

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial Aid and scholarships are only available to currently enrolled MSU students. If you are a visiting student from another institution, you will need to work with your home institution Financial Aid Office to identify any available aid.

Scholarships:
The seven colleges at Missouri State University are pleased to announce their respective Study Away Scholarships. A scholarship fund has been established by MSU’s President, International Programs, and the respective college to assist students with their study abroad. Search available college scholarships here!

Other Financial Aid:
Study Away Programs works closely with the Office of Financial Aid to make funding readily available for our study away students.  Before students can schedule an appointment with Financial Aid, you must submit an approved STFD Budget Worksheet to Study Away Programs.

Study Away students may be able to use their institutional aid, grants, or loans for their study abroad.  Students are encouraged to meet with Financial Aid as soon as possible to plan appropriately for their time abroad.  Please request a Study Away Financial Aid Counselor when making an appointment.

Policies

Billing & Procedures

  • Tuition fees are not included in the program fee and will be charged to your University account separately and will be subject to MSU's billing and payment policies.
  • The program fee will be billed within approximately one week of the application deadline.  This fee includes the International Programs Academic Experience Fee. 
  • The program fee is due in full according to the standard program payment deadline (please refer to the "Financial Responsibility, Cancellation, and Withdrawal Policy" signature document). If a student is planning on financial aid to cover some or all program costs, the student must provide documentation to Study Away at least two weeks prior to the program payment deadline.
    • Students who have not paid the MSU portion of the program fee will be withdrawn from the program and dropped from the course.
  • MSU students will be billed through their University accounts.
  • Non-MSU students and program guests must pay through the Study Away storefront.
Cancellation & Refund Policies
  • If a student withdraws from the program, the participant will be liable for 15% of the total program fee, the International Programs Academic Experience Fee, and any non-refundable purchases made on the participant's behalf. 
  • When the program begins, no refunds will be issued under any circumstances.

All withdrawals must be complete the STFD Program Withdrawal Form with the Program Director's signature to Study Away Programs, Plaster Student Union 209.