Faculty-Led Study Abroad: Spring Intersession Program Leaders

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Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Leaders

Spring Intersession

Dr. Giacomo BonoDr. Giacomo Bono

gbono@csudh.edu | Italy

PSY 495: Cross-Cultural Psychology in Italy: Foods and Traditions of Wellbeing

Dr. Bono is an assistant professor in psychology. His Ph.D. is Applied Social Psychology from Claremont Graduate University (2003). His research focuses on well-being, social relationships, and character development. He teaches research methods, lifespan development and specialty courses, such as Design Your Life, which focus on personal and vocational development.

Face shot of Dr. Jan GascoDr. Janine Gasco

jgasco@csudh.edu | Italy

ANT 495: Food Traditions of Sicily (3 units)

Dr. Gasco earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in anthropology from UC Santa Barbara, where she began her teaching career as a lecturer. She began her career at CSU Dominguez Hills in 1993 as a lecturer and joined the faculty permanently in 1998. She has also taught at the University of Minnesota, CSU San Bernardino, the University of California, Irvine, CSU Los Angeles, and Occidental College. From 1990 to 1993, she served as the director of research for the Institute of Mesoamerican Studies at the State University of New York at Albany and has also been a research associate at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.

Dr. John KeyantashDr. John Keyantash

jkeyantash@csudh.edu | Bulgaria

GEO 495: Geodiversity and Sustainability in the Balkans (3 units)

Dr. Keyantash is Chair of the Department of Earth Science and Geography at CSUDH, where he teaches courses in physical geography, including surface water, groundwater, meteorology, climatology, and natural disasters. He researches the extremes of the water cycle: the severity of drought and the hydrological characteristics of large waterfalls. He has traveled extensively to many of the world’s greatest falls. He enjoys bicycling, backpacking in the Sierra Nevada, and sampling exotic tropical fruits. He is married and has a daughter.

Dr. Thomas J. NormanDr. Thomas J. Norman

tnorman@csudh.edu | Bulgaria | Italy


BUS 100: Entrepreneurship for Everyone (3 units)


MGT 200: Global Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility (3 units)

Dr. Norman is professor of management at CSUDH. His Ph.D. is from the University of Minnesota (2009). He has conducted research in Poland, China, Ethiopia, and Cameroon. He has taught in Albania, Vietnam, and Singapore. His research focuses on globalization, technology and the workplace. He has written a book and two chapters on outsourcing of human resources. His current research examines workplace aggression, management education in emerging economies and the use of augmented reality in employment interviews.

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