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Study Abroad Spring Break 2013 in Moldova

Study Abroad Spring Break 2013 in Moldova!

After much work on the logistics and course design, I am pleased to report that students may now apply for the USFSP in Moldova course for Spring Break 2013!

I hope students will learn more about the course and to apply for the program!

My colleague from the Universitatea Libera Internationala din Moldova, Larisa Patlis (who is at USFSP this semester conducting research as a Carnegie Fellow) will be making a presentation about the history and culture of Moldova, and I will answer questions about the Study Abroad course at an event on campus. So the session is part presentation about Moldova’s history and culture and part about the study Abroad course specifically (information session). 

Please join us Friday, October 26th @ 10:00 am in Davis Hall 236! All are welcome to attend — faculty, staff, students, and the public.

Please also have a look at my Moldova blog.

About the blogger

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Dr. Scourfield McLauchlan is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, where she teaches courses in American Government and Public Law. Her latest book, Congressional Participation as Amicus Curiae before the U.S. Supreme Court, explores how Members of Congress attempt to influence Supreme Court decision-making in specific cases. In addition to her scholarly activities, Professor McLauchlan has extensive experience in American government and politics. McLauchlan worked at the US Supreme Court, the US Senate Judiciary Committee, the US Department of Justice, and the White House. A veteran of several presidential campaigns, she has managed statewide operations across the US, from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon. During the 2010-11 academic year Dr. McLauchlan was a Fulbright Scholar in Moldova.
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