Ghana: Global Health
Public health is inextricably linked to the ecological and social environment. The health of human populations reflects the ecological and geographic environment. This program will introduce important ideas in public health and significant biological issues important in global health through planned cultural and ecological excursions in a low-income country. Site visits will include hospitals and clinics, research laboratories, national parks, and wildlife sanctuaries, and community development projects. Students from the partner institution, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, will also take part in the program. This course is ideally suited for students interested in careers in medicine, allied health fields, public health, or environmental science.
For more information about the Ghana study abroad program, including dates, fees, and application deadlines, please visit the Study Abroad website.
Summer Study Abroad in Senegal: Modernity and West Africa
This 4-week innovative course, ENGL 308/FREN 312: M/ Modernity and Western Africa, taught by Dr. Kodjo Adabra (Department of Languages and Literatures) and Dr. Olaocha Nwabara (English Department), takes place in the port city of Dakar in Senegal. Students conduct field research on approved topics that connect Senegal and their respective majors: such topics may include culture, literature, religion, history, politics, media, education, sciences, food, cinema, arts, music, etc. The students who so desire will receive guidance and mentorship from the program instructors in Fall 2022 in refining their summer research for presentation in English at a national undergraduate conference in the US. This summer course, is therefore open to students from all majors (instructors' approval required) and will also count towards a major/minor in French or in English. This course also meets the Other World Civilizations (M/) General Education requirement at Geneseo.
For more information about the Senegal study abroad program, including dates, fees, and application deadlines, please visit the Study Abroad website.
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