The Promotion of Cultural Heritage: Conservation, Restoration and Presentation of Archaeological Art and Artifacts in Sardinia, Italy
By: Lydia Stitsel '14
Faculty Adviser: Joseph Alchermes
By: Hillary Lindsay '13
Faculty Adviser: Jeffrey Cole
By: Sam Lindo '08
Faculty Adviser: Paola Sica
Italian studies, German studies
Q: Why Connecticut College?
A: I liked that I could explore a variety of disciplines before committing to any one area of study. I also liked the idea of a broad and global education, made possible by multiple international programs. And I wanted a more specialized, personalized education, so I appreciated the low student-faculty ratio and the faculty's genuine interest in students.
Q: Will you study abroad?
A: I will be going abroad my entire junior year. As an Italian studies and German studies double major, I'll spend the fall in Perugia and the spring in Baden-Württemberg.
Q: What role has CELS, the College's career development and internship program, played for you?
A: My CELS counselor has helped me recognize and explore the opportunities available to me. I have an unlimited number of paths – applying to Fulbright scholarship programs, finding work or pursuing graduate studies.
- Elementary Italian
- Intermediate Italian
- Adesso Scriviamo
- Attualità in Italia: Conversazione
- Identity and Place in Italian Culture
- Contemporary Italian Literature and Film
- Culture of Modernity
- The Late Renaissance: Art, Science, and Religion
- The Renaissance in Italy
- The Cities of Italy: Rome, Florence, and Venice