On Friday 9 May and Saturday 10 May Syracuse and Gonzaga universities in Florence will host the second international conference on Human Capital Management and Development in Transnational Education. The conference entitled “Identity and Professionalism: The Study Abroad Institute Past and Future” is free and open to everyone.
See program details here.
To register your attendance, please contact Michelle at email@example.com.
Forum on Education Abroad Workshops
On Thursday 8 May the Forum on Education Abroad will offer two ½-day workshops on Standards of Good Practice. The workshops, organized in conjunction with SU Florence's conference on Human Capital Development in International Education, are open to anyone interested in international education.
Thursday 8 May 9am-1pm and 2pm-6pm; Rm. 13, Villa Rossa, Pzza Savonarola n. 15.
See program details and information on how to register.
Art + Architecture Student Exhibit
On Thursday 17 April SUF's Art and Architecture programs, located in Piazzale Donatello 21 and 25 respectively, will open their doors from 5:30-7:30pm to share architectural design projects and works in drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, restoration, sculpture, batik, silkscreen, jewelry-making and woven design with the SUF community and general public. The results of the studio art juried awards will be announced at 7:00pm.
All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
Spring 2014 Final Festa EventsThursday 17 April, 5:30pm
Student Art Show, Piazzale Donatello 21
Architecture Show, Piazzale Donatello 25
Thursday 24 April, 6:15pm
Awards Ceremony, Villa Rossa Rm. 13
Cena Finale at 8:00pm
Monday 28 April, 6:15pm, Annex Garden
I Giullari di Syracuse present:
"Don Juan in the Garden" with refreshments
The Villa Rossa VoiceThe Villa Rossa Voice is an in-house magazine published each semester at Syracuse University in Florence for former, current and prospective SUF students. The articles and accompanying images are the work of the students themselves.
Discover just some of what SU Florence has to offer and read how this well-established yet constantly evolving program continues to enrich so many young people’s lives.
CURRENT STUDENTS: Please contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org to contribute to the Spring 2014 issue!