Published on September 16th, 2013 | by SMUMN0
Students gain perspective in London study abroad program
This fall semester 25 undergraduate students will gain international experiences and perspective as they attend SMU’s study abroad program in London, England. This is the largest group of students participating in the program since 2006; last year 17 students participated. Dr. Gary Diomandes, professor of theatre and dance, serves as the director of the London program. As part of the Stefannié Valéncia Kierlin Theatre Program, students will present “The Triangle Factory Fire Project” at the Tara Arts Studio Theatre from October 22-26. The London program is available to students from all majors and offers courses in theatre, business, global issues, art and culture, British politics and literature.
You can read more about student experiences in London on their blog.