GLENDALE–After a successful Study Abroad Program in Armenia in summer 2005, Glendale Community College is again organizing a trip to Armenia for summer 2007. The nearly month long program runs from June 20 to July 16. It is unique combination of college credit courses and extensive recreational activities during numerous sightseeing trips. Participants will have the opportunity to earn 6 units of transferable college credit in undergraduate courses that cover Armenian history and politics as well as art, architecture, language, music and other aspects of Armenian culture. Major features of the high-energy program include four days in Artsakh and frequent excursions to educational and recreational sites throughout Armenia. The photo gallery of the 2005 program gives an idea of what the 2007 program will be like. The gallery is at: www.glendale.edu/marashlian/ The instructors for the courses will be Dr. Levon Marashlian from GCC and Dr. Levon Chookaszian and Dr. Lilit Galstian from Yerevan, along with several guest lecturers with expertise in specific areas. Some of the lectures/discussions will be at the Yerevan State University Foreign Guest House, where the group will be housed, while other lectures/discussions will be conducted on-site at various locations. Registration is open to GCC students as well as applicants from off campus. To receive the program brochure and application forms, please visit the GCC Study Abroad web page at www.glendale.edu/studyabroad/index.htm For additional information please contact the Armenia Program Faculty Director, Levon Marashlian, at 818 240-1000 ext. 5463 and levonm@Glendale.edu, or the GCC Study Abroad Director, Darren Leaver, at 818 240-1000 ext. 5718 and firstname.lastname@example.org.