General Studies and Food & Sustainability Studies Program Midterm Exams
The Museum Practicum students have been working hard all semester helping our neighbor, the Cathedral Museum, located in the courtyard in front of Umbra. They have prepared an entertaining and fun 45-minute tour where you will learn about the fascinating collection of relics, hear tales of the saints, and discover new things about Perugia.
*Please RSVP through the Umbra App or by email to Julie ([email protected]).
Curious about the art of wine-tasting? Join us in an informal wine-tasting at EnonE with an accompanying light aperitivo. Meet at 7:00 at the fountain and we’ll walk together to the venue.
Sign-up on the App starting from Monday, Feb 12th to Friday, Feb 16th. Any subscriptions sent before the starting date won’t be considered. Payment due at the Student Services Office after you sign-up. The subscription will be approved after the payment (12 Euros). This event has limited spots: first come, first served!
Students from courses with community engagement and Independent Studies come together in these conference-style presentations to share with you how they were involved in Perugia and what they learned about Italian culture. Prizes for audience members and presenters. Sandwiches, snacks, and refreshments served in the library throughout the event.
A unique opportunity to travel in Italy with all your fellow students! A weekend excursion to the worldwide known region of Tuscany. The trip includes visits to San Gimignano and Siena, two of UNESCO’s World Heritage towns. Click here for more info
Limited spots. Details and costs sent by email.
On Wednesday, November 7, there will be a guest lecture by John Dickie in the Aula Magna starting at 6:45pm. John Dickie is a Professor of Italian Studies at the University College London. He has published in academic journals on various topics in Italian history (i.e. Mafia, Italian food) and has written extensively for the press in many countries, including the UK and Italy. Ten spots available.