Dr. Jan Black and a second faculty member will be leading this J-Term Practicum offering. Students will explore U.S. and Cuba relations as well as the costs and benefits of revolution, belated integration to a globalized economy, and the role of domestic politics in the design and execution of foreign policy.
There are 15 spots available for this practicum.
Dates: January 4-14
Academic Credit: Option for no credit, two (2) units or four (4) units
This opportunity falls under Tier 3 of the Immersive Professional Learning Funding Guidelines. Apply by November 1st or December 1st to be considered for an award of $1,000 to offset the costs of this practicum.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that alumni are not eligible for IPL Funding.
Contacts from MIIS:
Jan Black, Lead Professor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolyn Taylor Meyer, Director of Immersive Professional Learning and Special Programs: email@example.com
Kelly Zimmerman, Graduate Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org