Professor Ana Sterner is an Assistant Professor in Architecture at San Antonio College and has 26 years of teaching experience at UTSA and SAC. Professor A. Sterner is fluent in the Italian language. She is teaching courses in Architectural Design and history if Architecture. A. Sterner has experience with study abroad programs with Polytechnic Institute in Milan 1986, 1987, 1988, with UTSA semester study abroad Spring 2004, 2005, 2006 and with SAC Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.
Migdalia Garcia leads the International Education Committee at Northwest Vista College. She has participated in study abroad programs as an undergraduate student (United Kingdom), a graduate student (Bolivia, Bangladesh and Canada) and helped lead them for the Alamo Colleges (Italy). Garcia has practical administrative experience as the Special Projects Coordinator for Northwest Vista College, but also has experience teaching the foundations course for the NVC Peace and Conflicts studies program focusing on issues of identity, structural inequities, internationalized oppression and environmental stewardship with the overall goal being conflict transformation. Garcia has worked for Alamo Colleges since 2006.
Architecture Society and Culture (ARCH 1311)
International Studies, Peace and Conflict (HUMA 1302)
Students are required to take 2 classes and will earn up to 6 credit hours upon completion of the program. Transcripts and credits are issued by Alamo Colleges based on grades submitted by faculty. Credits are awarded for the successful completion of the courses.
May 19-June 3, 2015
Alamo Colleges have taken considerable care in preparing information and materials for specific Study Abroad programs, and this information is subject to change. Although accurate at the time of publication, extended events could result in changes in dates, itinerary, costs and other aspects of a program. Revised information will be provided as soon as it is made available, and participants should check with the faculty leader or the District Office of International Programs for the most recent information. Alamo Colleges will not be held responsible for unintentional misinformation.