Bio: Zoromski, Scott
– Semester in Europe (1974)
Surnames: Zoromski, Tierney, Artigiani, Baruch
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Jul 1974
Seventy-seven students will be spending a semester abroad this fall as part of the International Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin, Steven Point.
After a month-long study tour of the European continent, 40 of these upperclassmen will be headquartered in London, while the other 37 will take up residency in Munich, Germany. Both groups will leave Wisconsin on August 18, 1974 and will return in early December.
In the group is: to Germany, Scott Zoromski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zoromski, 705 N. Washington Street, Thorp.
Led by UW-Stevens Point faculty, members, Dennis Tierney and Dr. Robert Artigiani, the “Semester in Britain” contingent will visit Luxembourg, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland and Holland before settling down in an international friendship house in suburban London. There the students will be studying with Artigiani and Tierney, as well as two British professors from a local college. Plays, concerts, museum visits and weekend trip to nearby places of interest, selected by the students, are also part of the schedule.
The German group, headed by Dr. Robert Baruch, will be living in Munich at facilities comparable to an American YMCA, after first stopping in Berlin and several other central European countries. German educators will assist Baruch in offering a diverse curricula, which will enable the students to earn from 12 to 17 credits while abroad.
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