UW Bothell Faculty Led Programs Accepting Applications
For a complete list of Summer and Early Fall programs click here
Gender, Media, and Human Rights in India (New Delhi, Vrindavan, Agra, and Jaipur)
The course offers a unique opportunity to gain a hands-on and experiential learning on gender, media and human rights related issues in India. Apart from an intensive class contact period, students will also have the opportunity to undertake a field trip women’s empowerment centers, interact with college students and women from urban and rural areas, read cultural and literary representations on women’s issues, and visit media organizations.
“Dance as Social Technology”: Dance, Healing and Community in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico
Explore dance by daily embodied practices, participation in community dance settings, an academic seminar introducing several key theoretical frameworks for considering dance as an expression of identity, cultural resilience and political resistance; healing from trauma personal and historical; and a means of cultivating joy and wellbeing in public spaces.
Leon, Spain: Americans in Europe (Exile and Belonging)
Explore the meanings and practices of gender, race, (trans)nationalism, empire, and belonging that emerge in encounters between “Americans” and “Europe.” Participants in this program will be asked to think critically about identity, diversity, location, and belonging; to situate themselves as embodied agents and learners.
Italy: Interdisciplinary Studio Art and Italian Culture
This program will give students from all majors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the experience of Rome creatively and adventurously through the lens of visual art and the culture of the city, as well as each student's own unique backgrounds, disciplines, research, and interests.
Guatemala: Global Health Promotion: Health Services Delivery in Resource-poor Settings
A 5 credit health services delivery program for students based in both UW Bothell as well as Guatemala. Students will be exposed to the population and local health practitioners as they work with minimal resources.
Early Fall Programs
Coming soon-- Tanzania, France, Sri Lanka, Japan