Dean Joan in Cambridge
USC was the first American university to be invited to send scholars to this famous British university's International Summer School.  Dean Joan was there.
The International Summer School in Cambridge, England, offers students a splendid opportunity to study British literature, history, economics, poetry, arts and government and to examine the background of modern Britain and Britain’s rich and diverse cultural heritage. Students live in Cambridge Colleges and enjoy the artistic pleasures of the Cambridge Arts Festival, as well as the opportunity to visit and appreciate some of England’s major historic sights on the special course excursions. 

USC was the first American university to be invited to send scholars to this famous British University International Summer School.  For nearly 50 years, Dean Joan had accompanied a select cohort of USC students each summer.

Madingley Hall and Gardens is the home for the Board of the International Summer School, University of Cambridge, England. Within a lovely corner of the formal garden is a section dedicated to Dean Joan and the University of Southern California.  A beautiful bronze plaque honors the colleagueship of USC and the University of Cambridge.

Dean Joan in Madingley Gardens in 1998 standing in "her" garden

Cambridge Summer School Photo Album
If you would like to see many more photos from Dean Joan's years at Cambridge, click on the image below and you'll be taken to our photo blog.  There, you can peruse a gallery of photos, add your comments, and forward the photo to friends and family. If you would like to add a photo of you with Dean Joan to this album, attach the photo to this email with your name and year.  Thank you.

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