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NORMANDY SCHOLAR PROGRAM

 

The Normandy Scholar Program's (NSP) academic focus is the Second World War. While a strong interest in the origins of the War and its multiple aspects is a prerequisite, the Program is in fact much more. According to its alumni, it is also a life-enhancing experience.

The NSP brings together each spring semester about 20 students from different backgrounds and different majors who take the same courses, share the same challenges, travel together in May with the NSP faculty, and form a community of friends whose bonds last a lifetime. Beyond the study of history, the readings, the papers assigned, the guest lectures, the film showings, the meetings with WWII combatants and Holocaust survivors, and the opportunity to visit WWII sites in Europe, perhaps the most striking feature of the program is the personal development and intellectual growth it fosters.

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Sponsored by College of Liberal Arts

Course(s)

  • HIS 350L - Stalin's Russia at War and
    HIS 376F - The United States and the Second World War and
    HIS 376G - Hitler, Nazism, and World War II, 1919-1945-Honors and
    HIS 350L - Poland and The Second World War and
    HIS 354N - France in Modern Times

Academic Information

There is NO foreign language requirement. Courses required through the program are: HIS 350L Topic 56, HIS 350L Topic 59, HIS 376F, HIS 376G, and HIS 354.

Faculty

Current Normandy Scholar Program faculty are Charters Wynn(History), Micahel Stoff(History), David Crew(History), Judith Coffin (History) and Tatjana Lichtenstein (History)

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

Service Learning/Internship

  • Service Learning - No
  • Internship - No

Open To

Students from all colleges and schools

Program Cost

Program will run May 9, 2020 to June 4, 2020. There is a $2,500 program fee that covers lodging, ground transportation and other program costs in Europe. There are additional costs NOT covered by the program fee. Please see website below, Approximate Program Costs, for additional expenses.

Program Dates:

- Spring
  • May 9, 2020 to June 4, 2020
  • Final Deadline: October 8, 2019

Application Code

350018

Additional Resources

Program Website
Peer Evaluations
Facebook

Next Step

Interested students should contact the Department of History or Professor Charters Wynn for more information. You may also view the application at the link listed below.

Program information above is subject to change