Would you sign up for a course where you got to see the old world beauty of Italy and sample some of its finest food? 14 UA students did and enjoyed the Italy Food & Wine study abroad, a 3-hour interim course coordinated by CHES faculty members, Kim Boyle and Morgan Milstead. The group toured historic sites and got a serious behind-the-scenes look at how some of Italy's finest food and drink is made. Take a look at their adventure.
Prospective sport management professionals from The University of Alabama had an opportunity to interact with the nation’s sport managers during a graduate-level, interim travel course at the United States Olympic Committee headquarters. Thanks to these students – Aminda Jakob, Collett Cogliano and Valyncia Johnson — for documenting their learning adventures. Learn from Valyncia Johnson about the faculty member behind this great experiential learning opportunity for CHES students.