Freshman Learning Community
From our island to the island of Sicily. "The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder."
Compare your life on our island in the Atlantic Ocean to the largest of Italy's islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the cities, the environment, the people and the ecosystems during this one week. This Global Learning program looks at Sicily from a biological, historical, artistic, environmental and sociological point of view. Study the Greek history of Syracuse and other eastern cities of the Sicilian coastline. Visit the capital, Palermo, founded by the Phoenicians in 734 BCE, whose cathedral, Monreale, is world renowned for its mosaics. The highlights include a climb up Mt Etna, a living volcano, a visit to the Capuchin Monastery to see their fascinating mummy collection and an opportunity to experience the wonderful Italian cuisine for which Sicily is well known.
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CERCOM By the Numbers
on the Great South Bay
Cooperative partners and advisory
council member groups
HSC Monitoring Sites from the Tip of Montauk to the Tip of Brooklyn
Species of crustacean named
after CERCOM's director