[Mathmajors] Take UW classes in Mexico this Spring! (fwd)
miller at math.washington.edu
Wed Nov 1 08:13:11 PST 2006
Race, Culture and Cultures in Contact
Spring Quarter in Buena Vista, Mexico
Tuesday Nov. 7, 2:00 - 3:00 in Guthrie 211
Thursday Nov. 9, 12:30-1:30 in Guthrie 57
During Spring quarter of 2007, Professor Kimberly Barrett Ed.D. (U.W. Psychology) will lead a group of 16 UW students in Baja California, Mexico, a lovely region that has been transformed by tourism. Working closely with members of the local community, this Comparative History of Ideas program will employ Psychology as the core of a multi-disciplinary examination of race and culture in this context.
This program is open to students of sophomore standing or higher, from all areas of study. It is highly recommended that applicants have completed SPANISH 102, or have comparable speaking competency. Participants will remain enrolled at the UW during spring quarter, and may apply their Federal Financial Aid (if eligible) to program costs.
For more information, please attend an info session, or see the webpage, http://depts.washington.edu/chid/showprogram.php?id=46.
Theron Paul Stevenson
Director of International Programs
U of W Comparative History of Ideas Program
theron at u.washington.edu
B102 Padelford Box 354300
phone (206) 685-4716 fax (206)543-7400
"The ocean is not really the ocean until you are out of your depth"
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