Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Honors College lecture on Mongolia Friday

Dear friends:

Copied below and attached as a flyer is information about this Friday's Honors College Lecture on the nation of Mongolia by three Pitt undergraduates. I hope you can attend this fascinating talk regarding the Mongolia summer studies program offered through the Honors College. Please distribute this to your bulletin boards and/or email lists. Thanks very much.

Ed McCord


Christopher Berger CAS ’06
Michael Edeke ENG ’07
Marion Sikora CAS ’07

Friday, September 29, 2006
2 P.M.
3500 Cathedral of Learning

The Honors College Mongolia field studies program combines travel, course work, intensive language study, and the opportunity to conduct independent research and/or internships. Students not only spend extensive time in Mongolia but also visit Russia, China and other neighboring countries. By traveling through northern Asia, students are introduced to the reality of Mongolia’s landlocked position between China and Russia. In today’s lecture, three students with ambitions as varied as medicine, engineering and geology will share their experiences in this remarkable program and how their new viewpoints on Mongolia have changed their lives.

Edward L. McCord, Ph.D., J.D.
Director of Programming
University Honors College
3600 Cathedral of Learning
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Phone: 412-624-6886
FAX: 412-624-6885

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