Course offerings - Spring 2014
The Harlow Experience is a summer study program offered to Grenfell Campus Visual Arts students. Associate Professor Dr Gerard Curtis leads daily field trips to important cultural and architectural sites in and around Harlow, London and throughout the UK. The majority of the course work occurs directly in London, with trips into the city three to four times a week. The program also includes a five day trip to Bath, Salisbury and Stonehenge and usually includes an eight day trip to France. Students are immersed in full time study while in Harlow and two days of each week are set aside for lectures. The three art history courses at Harlow are immersive and experimental, offering a hybrid of art history, visual and material culture and studio based work in the field.
The program lasts approximately nine weeks and usually begins the end of April. Spaces are limited and priority is given to students in their third and fourth years of study.
The Biology department at Memorial University are planning to offer undergraduate courses at Harlow during May 2014. As previous years the time at Harlow for each course will be two weeks; students should be prepared to do preparatory work for the courses work for the courses and apportion time post-Harlow for write up of projects and reports.
B4910 - Vertebrate Diversity and Adaptation
B4911 - Field course in Applied Biology
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