Treasures of Peru

Explore the archaeological hub of the Americas

A land of archaeological, cultural, and natural treasures, Peru draws people eager to learn about the distant past and encounter a vibrant present. As our small group takes in some of the country’s highlights—Cuzco, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca—we will immerse ourselves in the riches of a land off the beaten path.

Travel to the beautiful Sacred Valley where highlights are the colorful Indian market at Pisac, the Incan farming town of Chincheros, and the massive Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo. Then traverse the snow-capped Andes, stopping to visit several small villages, before ending your journey in Lima.

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Trip Name: Treasures of Peru
Date: April 30–May 10, 2018

IU experts who inspire

Kathleen Sideli is Associate Vice President for Overseas Study at Indiana University where she has system-wide responsibility for study abroad programs on all IU campuses. She holds a BA from Molloy College and an MA and Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from Indiana University. She taught in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Indiana University for twenty-five years and has been active in the field of study abroad for three decades. She co-authored chapters of NAFSA’s Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators for all three editions and contributed a chapter to the History of U.S. Study Abroad: 1965-Present. She co-edited 40th Anniversary Retrospective: Overseas Study at Indiana University.

She has been active in the field of international education, serving in many leadership positions, including as a founding member and the first President of the Forum on Education Abroad for which she served as Chair of the Board of Directors. She has received a number of awards in the field including—the IES Abroad’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008, the NAFSA Region VI Leo Dowling Award of Excellence in 2001 and CIEE’s recognition for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Field’ in 1999.  She has been actively involved as an advocate for GLBT concerns, for victims of domestic violence and for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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