[Soasiastudents] Nepal Study Program through Cornell
snodgras at u.washington.edu
Wed Jan 31 13:30:39 PST 2007
Cornell Nepal Study Program
...... study social and natural science, environmental studies, health sciences, cultural studies, Hindu and Buddhist religion, arts and humanities, public policy, and more
...... live and study with students from Nepal, learn Nepali language
...... complete a one-month independent field research project
...... at the meeting, talk with students back from study in Nepal
...... undergraduate and graduate students are welcome from all US colleges and universities
Namaste, Tashi Delek, & Phyaphulla!
Nepal is an exciting and life-transforming place at any time, but it is especially so at this moment in history. Nepal is a remarkable place to live, study, intern and work for anyone interested in the developing world. There are opportunities in any field of study from medicine to religion, anthropology to ecology, culture and agriculture, public administration and international development.
The Cornell program is the only program that has remained operational throughout the entire insurgency; I believe this is at least in part due to Cornell's commitment to making it mutually beneficial to US and Nepali students and faculty. It is also the only program which involves more Nepali students than US ones and which provides training and field experiences to both in close collaboration with Tribhuvan University faculty. It is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
For information about the Cornell Nepal Study Program please see
< http://www.cuabroad.cornell.edu/programchoices/regions.asp?recid=298 >
and for information about the Intensive Summer Nepali or Tibetan Program see
If you would like more information, feel free to contact Prof. Kathryn March or Cornell Abroad.
Director, Cornell Abroad
Email: rhg7 at cornell.edu
Dr. Kathryn S. March
Professor of Anthropology, Feminist/Gender/Sexuality Studies, and Public Affairs
224 McGraw Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853 USA
ksm8 at cornell.edu
Associate Director & Outreach Coordinator
South Asia Center, Jackson School
Box 353650, University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
e:snodgras at u.washington.edu
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