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North America

July 19 to 25, 2021

Alaska Family Adventure

GLACIERS, WHALES AND BEARS, OH MY!

Discover the wonders of Alaska’s Inside Passage alongside Professor Franklin “Lynn” Orr, ’69, a team of Young Explorer leaders and multiple generations of fellow Stanford families.

July 24 to 31, 2021

Utah Family Adventure

AN EXPERIENCE MILLIONS OF YEARS IN THE MAKING

Join fellow Stanford families and geology professor Scott Burns, ’69, MS ’70, on an exhilarating outdoor adventure in southern Utah’s unique and stunning terrain.

September 4 to 12, 2021

Alaska's Inside Passage

GLACIERS, GRIZZLIES AND EAGLES

Learn about Alaska’s natural treasures as we cruise past carpets of rain forest aboard the MV Alaskan Dream with Professor Elizabeth Hadly.

September 25 to October 2, 2021

Following King

ATLANTA TO MEMPHIS: A LIFE INSPIRED

Travel with Professor Clayborne Carson, selected by Coretta Scott King to edit her late husband’s papers and founder of Stanford’s King Research and Education Institute.

September 29 to October 6, 2021

Railways of New England

AUTUMNAL SPLENDOR IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND

Travel on modern and historic railways as we explore the economic and social history of New England with faculty leader Adrienne Jamieson, director of the Bing Stanford in Washington program.

October 6 to 13, 2021

Utah's Mighty Five

THE NATIONAL PARKS OF RED ROCK COUNTRY

Explore Utah’s national parks with Tim Duane, '82, MS '83, PhD '89, professor emeritus of environmental studies at UC-Santa Cruz, and learn of the fierce and relentless forces of nature that have carved and shaped the region’s dramatic domes, bridges, canyons and cliffs. 

October 21 to 28, 2021

Literary South

SAVANNAH TO CHARLESTON

Delve into the works of numerous Southern-born and -influenced authors with English professor Elaine Treharne during daily lectures and discussion sessions.

October 24 to November 1, 2021

Polar Bear Expedition

JOURNEY TO CHURCHILL

Journey from Winnipeg to Churchill, on the western edge of Hudson Bay, where we spend three nights at the Tundra Buggy Lodge and awake to polar bears right outside our windows.

January/February 2022

Yellowstone in Winter

GEOTHERMAL WONDERS AND WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS

Travel by heated snowcoach to park roads that are normally closed in winter, explore the winter landscape by snowshoe, or sink into the natural hot springs of Mammoth—or all three.

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(650) 725-1093
travelstudy@alumni.stanford.edu

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