GEOG 177 (1), GEOG 379/592 (3) Geotourism in the Grand Traverse Region
Instructor: Kelly Victor-Burke
Dates: May 21–27, 2016
Registration Deadline: Feb. 15, 2016
Discover the true meaning of "Pure Michigan" in the Grand Traverse region with its natural scenery, historic treasures and culinary culture. Learn the history of tourism in Michigan in this hands-on field course. Join us for an exciting week of behind-the-scenes tours of area attractions and businesses. Visit some of Michigan's most famous landmarks like the Sleeping Bear Dunes and Fort Michilimackinac and tour Old Mission wineries while learning the art of winemaking.
Experience the "Farm-to-Table" movement in its most authentic form at the prestigious Cooks House. Explore the sites of Ernest Hemingway's formative years and discover their impact on his craft.
Program Fee: $860 (2014) plus tuition and fees.
Alumni Pricing: $1218 (includes one credit hour tuition and fees)
*Not applicable to alumni package.
This trip begins in Petoskey and ends in Traverse City, Mich. Students are responsible for their own transportation to Petoskey and from Traverse City.
If you're using financial aid, additional assistance may be available for those who qualify. Contact financial aid.
If you have any questions, contact Jen Short at 734.487.3229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.