Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Antigua, Guatemala; Bellingham, Washington, United States;
- Program Terms: Summer
Guatemala: Building Cross-Cultural Connections
CSD 437: Building Cross-Cultural Connections
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Join Western faculty and students and travel through Guatemala’s cities, villages, terrain and vast archeological sites. Converse and learn about daily life with local community members. Course highlights for this Global Learning Faculty-led Program to Guatemala are:
Climbing an active volcano,
a boat ride across the beautiful waters of Lake Atitlan,
walking the streets of Antigua to explore the rich Guatemalan culture,
visiting the Mayan ruins of Copan in neighboring Honduras,
and swimming in the sweet waters of the Rio Dulce.
Click here for a detailed itinerary: Itinerary 2016.pdf
Michael R. Fraas is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Science and Disorders. He obtained his B.A. from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Fraas’ areas of research interest include cognitive rehabilitation following acquired brain injury, examining the needs of brain injury survivors through narrative-based methods, and the impact of concussion on cognitive and motor speech performance.
Office Location: AIC 374
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|The food was delicious|
|— Elizabeth Noonan, Summer 2014|
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