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| Field Trip Galleries - Part Two: Israel, Egypt, Jordan

Field Trips- Students from the fall 2006 semester exploring around the country and under the country.  Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Find out where these students are going.  Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - And find out what these students are pointing at. Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Riding camel or donkey into Petra, spending the night in the wilderness in a Bedouin encampment, Make the leap and come to JUC!Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Whether they are in the Negev, at Lachish, in the Judean Hills or the Shephelah, or in Bethlehem with Dr. Adnan Musallam studying Islamic Thought and Practice, JUC students are learning through daily experiences and interactions in the field. Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Here is a gallery with some quick photos of Spring Semester 2006 students on the Physical Settings Field Trip. Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Twenty-five students and I spent the first week of December in Egypt on the field study for the semester course Ancient Egypt and the Biblical World. Our itinerary was almost the same as our trip last year, with the addition of the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid at Dashur. We traveled up and down the Nile, from Cairo to Aswan and back, and through the Sinai, climbing to the turquoise mines of Serabit el-Khadim (mined by the Egyptians of the New Kingdom) and Mt. Sinai for sunrise. Every student who took the course for academic credit presented some research on a pharaoh of the New Kingdom at a site relevant to that pharaoh. A good time was had by all.Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to the Gallery

Field Trips - Why are these guys wearing skirts?  Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to Gallery Two

Field Trips - Lower level of Herod's Massada open again! Click the photo for the gallery. Click here to go to Gallery One

Field Trips - This fall, 2005, the rich JUC curriculum offers courses in Biblical geography, history, archaeology and Hebrew, as well as Rabbinics, historical Christianity and the Modern Middle East. In addition, many students are getting involved in a variety of volunteer ministries in Jerusalem. So far students have enjoyed field studies in and around the Old City, exploring places above (on walls and rooftops) and below (in Hezekiah’s Tunnel) Jerusalem.

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