Study Abroad: Colombia, Maymester 2014
Food Security and Sustainable Development
May 19 – June 5, 2014
Cost: Estimated – $2100 includes ALL expenses – Spanish Fluency is NOT Required
All Students eligible to apply for the $ 1000 scholarship from Purdue!
This is a bilingual, technology intensive course; it provides an international and multidisciplinary perspective on food security and resources. Focus will be case studies that represent different regions of the world with special emphasis on the changing conditions for tropical agriculture. The case studies, discussed in the context of the Millennium Development Goals, will help students gain knowledge and understanding of regional variations of food security and resources, sustainable development and economic growth throughout the world.
- This is a 3-credit, three-week course, which offers units on social and demographic changes, changes on the physical environment, global climate change, economic systems, and global trade. Purdue will partner with the University of Caldas, UC, and the Technological University of Pereira, UTP.
- The first week will be in Pereira at the UTP, second week is in Manizales at the UC. During these two weeks Purdue Students will have access to the course material: PPT slides with class’s notes, course program, and reading materials in English while their instruction will be in English and Spanish.
- The third week will be back at Purdue with Colombian students and faculty for Team’s presentations; this will be shown via video-conference to other students and Instructors, in Colombia.
For more information, please contact: Adriela Fernandez, IPIA, AGEC, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Applications are being accepted until March 9, 2014. Click on the link above and then click on “more information” to view the online application.
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