Documenting Historical Cultural Artifacts and Traditions in Paros, Greece
This is an international service-learning course that takes place on the Greek island of Paros.
Service projects will include, but are not limited to:
- Producing promotional videos for local tourism; documentary videos of disappearing island lifestyles, cultural and archeological sites; producing 3D graphical recreations of archeological locations.
- Classroom work will include work on documenting cultural artifacts and historical sites, strategies for the local service learning projects and review of work in progress.
- Classroom experiences will be supplemented by required afternoon or evening field trips to experience museums, churches, archeological sites, contemporary art galleries, and cultural events on Paros.
- Working with local residents, Innovaros and Parosweb.com.
Summer Session I, 2019
Study on Paros: May 17 – June 7, 2019
Attend one of these informational meetings.
- Friday, October 19, 4-5:30 p.m. in IT 355
- Friday, November 9, 4-5:30 p.m. in IT 355
Study Abroad Office
Our work in Paros has involved producing promotional videos, documenting cultural and architectural sites, and producing 3D recreations of archelogical sites.
- Archeological Museum
- Baptistery of the The Church of 100 Doors
- Church of Taxiarchis
- Ancient Pottery Workshop
- Yria Ceramics
The study abroad in Greece program is open to all students, although priority will be given to students who have completed their sophomore year.
- University student in good standing, with minimum GPA 2.75.
- Knowledge of digital storytelling, video documentation techniques and editing, 3D modeling, texturing and animation.
- Priority will be given to students majoring in media arts and science and informatics and participants should have the basic knowledge of Photoshop, Adobe Premier or Final Cut Pro, and Autodesk Maya.
Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Study Abroad. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on academic or disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible. Students must be at least 18 years old to participate on an IUPUI Study Abroad Program.
Estimated Costs & Financial Aid
The budget is an estimate and is not meant to portray the exact cost of this program.
This fee includes:Lodging in Paros ($550)
Per student cost for rental of study space ($150)
Transportation in Greece ($250)
Group meals ($150)
Field trips and required events ($150)
Interpreter fees ($50)
Misc. and program fee ($125)
|Tuition (3 credit hours, in-state, undergraduate)||$814.11|
|Other Bursar fees||$255.07|
|Study Abroad Administrative Fee||$75|
|Airfare (Purchased individually. Cost may vary.)||$1,300|
|Personal discretionary expenses (Cost may vary. Include an international calling plan.)||$700|
|Estimated Total Cost Per Student||$4,596.18|
Costs will vary depending on the current exchange rate, airfare, and individual expenditures.
- IUPUI scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs. (Performance scholarships, Guaranteed Tuition certificates, fee courtesies, Indiana Higher Education Awards and awards to children of disabled veterans not applicable.)
- Samantha Hale Study Abroad Scholarship: Applications due February 15, 2019.
Ready to start your adventure?
Applications are due by January 11, 2019.
All information is subject to change. This site is neither a contract nor an offer to make a contract. The Office of International Affairs reserves the right to change or discontinue a program at will. Please contact our office if you have a disability and need assistance or special arrangements.