Group and faculty-led programs can be developed year-round for groups of all sizes and students of all ages, drawing on elements from FUA-AUF academic divisions and CEMI Community Engagement Member Institutions. Program types include:
“Teaching Florentine Renaissance Art History anywhere else is not as rewarding. It is a dream come true to discuss Michelangelo’s sculptural techniques while peering up at his David, and turn around to see the excitement in my students’ eyes.” - Visiting professor
A program where a faculty member supervises the participants as an advisor or program leader but does not teach a faculty-led course on-site. The faculty represents their home institution and are responsible exclusively for their own students. Students take at least one course with FUA-AUF. Participants may be either students of, or enrolled through, the faculty member's home institution.
A program where a faculty member designs and participates in the program as an instructor. The faculty represents their home institution and teaches a course on-site exclusively to their own students. Students take one class with their accompanying faculty member(s) and one class with FUA-AUF.
Food & Culture
Academic programs that are offered on a for-credit and non-credit basis which explore a variety of Italian food and culture topics. These programs can be tailored for adult professionals and students of all levels.
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