UPDATES FROM THE DIRECTOR:
September 10, 2012
Greetings from the Marketenderschlössl! The Fall Semester 2012 group from the University of Redlands arrived on the 30th of August. This new community of 23 diverse students cheerfully undertook three days of intensive orientation at our historic home on the Mönchsberg in Salzburg. The initial day was filled with discussions about the importance of the study abroad experience and its relation to the mission and history of the University of Redlands. After all, the U of R has hosted a Salzburg Group every year since 1960!
After a scenic but rainy hike around the Mönchsberg the group settled down to a great meal at the Stieglkeller, just beneath the Festung. The first gathering of the Gemeinschaft Sitzung, our weekly community meeting followed. We capped the day with a visit to the famous Augustinerbräustuberl. MORE/CONTINUED READING
THE NEW SALZBURG DIRECTOR, BILL LOWMAN ’70:
about Bill Lowman ’70 and his wife, Carolyn, in this terrific article featured in the Summer 2012 edition of the Och Tamale magazine.
ALL ABOUT THE SALZBURG PROGRAM:
Over the past 50 years, more than 3,000 Redlands students have studied in Salzburg, Austria in a program renowned for its excitement, cultural enrichment, and experiential opportunities. Learn more
about the structure and classes of the current program and what makes this such a phenomenal study abroad experience.
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