On the Front Lines of Climate Change: A faculty-led trip to Bangladesh showed the impact of a changing climate.
2020 Muhlenberg Integrated Learning Abroad (MILA) Trips
“Community Sustainability in Costa Rica”
Richard Niesenbaum, professor of biology, and Christopher Borick, professor of political science
Janine Chi, associate professor of sociology, and Cathy Ouellette, associate professor of history
“The Solitary Voice: Theater and Creative Writing in Ireland”
Linda Miller, associate professor of English, and Brendon Votipka, lecturer of English
Erika Sutherland, associate professor of Spanish, and Crystal Adams, assistant professor of sociology
“The Culture and Economy of Puerto Rico”
Mirna Trauger, lecturer of Spanish, and Ranajoy Ray-Chaudhuri, assistant professor of economics
Spain & Morocco
“Crossroads of Islam, Judaism and Christianity”
Sharon Albert, lecturer of religion studies, and Mark Stein, associate professor of history
Muhlenberg Integrated Learning Abroad
Unless otherwise stated, all faculty-led programs off campus (MILA, etc.), are subject to the Global Education Policies. This includes the policy of a nonrefundable deposit due upon registration of the program.Provides students with the opportunity to participate in courses that include short-term international study components. Some MILA courses meet on campus during the fall or spring semester and they include a faculty-led short-term study abroad trip after the close of the semester. Others are faculty-led summer courses abroad.