Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Psychology Students Are Studying Abroad

Three psychology students will be spending part of their summer overseas as participants in the AU in Germany 2012 program.  Alex Maus, Ashley Christman, Hannah Neumeyer, and Jalessa Brown join a growing list of psychology majors/minors who have participated in this annually-offered program at the university.  Students who participate spend three weeks in Germany, with their 'home base' being the historic town of Wittenberg.  In addition to taking two AU core courses that revolve around a German theme, these students will also spend a week traveling to cities such as Leipzig, Berlin, Erfurt, Eisenach, and Weimar.  Dr. Metzger will also be traveling with the group, which consists of three Ashland University faculty members and seventeen Ashland University students.