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Siegal Lifelong Learning Program to offer international cultural trips

The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University offers a variety of trips to national and international locations. During these trips, travelers engage in history and culture with faculty experts as tour guides. These programs are open to Case Western Reserve University alumni and the community.

Some upcoming trips include:

  • Scottish Highlands & Norwegian Fjords: June 2–10 with trip leader Sunniva Collins, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering;
  • Cultural Poland: July 16–24 with trip leaders Richard Romaniuk, lecturer at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, and Sean Martin, associate curator for Jewish history at Western Reserve Historical Society; and
  • Discover Egypt & the Nile Valley by Dahabiya: Sept. 29–Oct. 12 with trip leader Marilyn Sanders Mobley, professor emerita of English and African American studies and former vice president for inclusion, diversity and equal opportunity.

Get more information about these trips and others.

Editor’s note: A previous version of this article included an event called “Waterways of Russia”; this offering has since been canceled.