Winter 2015 Interterm Course Information Session April 14 & 21

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Winter 2015 Interterm Course Information Session   April 14 & 21
More Less
University of Denver says
International Service Learning Dharamsala provides students the unique opportunity to learn about Dharamsala, home to the Dali Lama and Tibetan government in exile, through combined academic study and service work in northern India. During fall quarter, students will study the history, culture, and struggles of the people of Tibet and India, with a particular focus on nonviolence movements. The combination of lectures, readings, guest speakers, and assignments will prepare students for their two week stay in India and will focus on ideas of tolerance, religion, culture and human rights. During their time in Dharmasala, a service learning placement, along with cultural immersion, will provide students insight into the complexities of the social justice issues and cultural nuances that they have been studying.

This four credit international service-learning course is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Coursework begins fall quarter with five academic sessions held on select Friday afternoons. The group travels to India for two weeks during winter interterm upon completion of finals.

More info:
More Less

By: University of Denver

To improve this listing email: