Summer Field School Program Faculty of Tourism, Italy

Course Description: The course will explore different aspects of food tourism from a supply and a demand-side perspective. Using a multi- and inter-disciplinary approach, students will assess the phenomenon of food tourism according to theories and methodologies from a supply side perspective linked to destination development and environmental, social and economic impacts. From a demand […]

Ausburg University – CGEE in Italy

Course Description: CGEE partners with Castello Sonnino International, a historical farm and winery that produces quality wines, olive oils and antique grains. Castello Sonnino sits on 150 hectares, in the heart of Montespertoli, the smallest Chianti sub-region just 20 kilometers southwest of Florence, Italy. Montespertoli is a small village within walking distance from the Castle […]

Delve into sustainable agriculture on a Tuscan estate and explore how experts in the international community are confronting challenges of food security, nutrition, and health.

Overview WHY STUDY FOOD SECURITY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION? Examine the intersecting issues of food security, health, and sustainable development while exploring the rich and varied culinary traditions of Tuscany and Italy. While on the program you will live at Castello Sonnino, an historic estate dating back to the 13th century, located within walking distance […]

CALS Global Fellows Program: Castello Sonnino, Italy

Overview The CALS Global Fellows program offers virtual opportunities with some of our partners. Please reference the placement listings for the number of available placements and the modality of participation. Please note, the CALS Global Fellows program may not fill all available spots for each opportunity. The CALS Global Fellows program has a limited number […]