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International Studies: Greece


LGBTQ+ Advocacy & Leadership

Investigate LGBTQ+ leadership and advocacy through an educational lens while exploring the rich history and vibrant culture of Greece. This 2-week, 3-credit travel course, seated in central Athens, will help you better understand the context of gender and sexual minorities from an international perspective.  Advocacy and leadership seminars will include meetings with local LGBTQ+ advocates/activists in Athens and surrounding areas.  Daily tours and targeted experiences across Athens; to the islands of Poros, Aegina, and Hydra; and to the Temple of Delphi have been selected to support the development of your global competencies.  You’ll return to OSU with indelible memories of ancient structures and modern cities, alike.  What’s more, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and confidence necessary to effectively lead and advocate for LGBTQ+ communities. 

  • Available to all OSU enrolled students and community members*.
  • Scholarships and grants are available.
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2020.

*Community members, contact Int’l Programs Coordinator for details.





Register by 1/20/20


  • May 24 - June 4, 2020

Course Leaders: 


Undergrad: EDUC 4110 (3 hours)

Graduate: CIED 5730 (3 hours)

Cost & Fees

Program Fee: $3,195*

  • Hotel
  • Excursions
  • Most meals
  • In-country transportation
  • Insurance

OSU Tuition: $220 (3 credit hours)

Additional Expenses: 

  • Flight
  • incidental meals and purchases

*Price may vary by booking date

For more information:

Dr. Adam Crawley
Lead Instructor

Dr. Susie Popplewell
International Programs Coordinator

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