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|Program Type:||Global Learning Faculty-led||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Fields of Study:||Service Learning||Housing Options:||Other|
INTL 437I Field Studies and Collaborative Intl. Service Learning in Rwanda (15 credits)
Pre-departure session dates: June 24 –27, 2014
Join Western faculty and students to explore the history and cultures of Rwanda through a 9-week program that include intensive pre-trip preparation and seven weeks in country. Students will actively collaborate with in-country experts in the implementation of selected field experiences.
Pre-Reqs.: Acceptance into INTL 437I
Learn more about this program:
Contact: Tim Costello
Phone: (360) 650-2503
Office Location: WL494
Instructor: Lee Gulyas
Lee Gulyas obtained her MFA from the University of British Columbia. She teaches Creative Writing, specializing in creative nonfiction and multigenre classes. Selected nonfiction and poetry publications include:
Barn Owl Review, The Malahat Review, Cirque, The Common, and Prime Number Magazine. She reviews books for Contrary Magazine. Areas of interest include: travel writing, literary journalism, modes of nonfiction, poetry, Arab feminist writing, science writing, and Canadian Literature.
Contact: Lee Gulyas
Phone: (360) 650-6223
Office Location: HU 343
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