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Upcoming Programs Led by UWB Faculty

Due to the pandemic, most study abroad programs are cancelled and not being offered this year. For the latest updates on UW travel, check the UW Study Abroad coronavirus page. For a complete list of all UW programs now accepting applications click here.

Summer​ 2021

Hyphen the World Virtual Internships in India (Summer A Term or Summer Quarter)

Following a successful pilot last summer, in which 6 UW students completed 4- to 8-week projects on topics such as reproductive health, transgender rights, and youth leadership, we plan on offering the opportunity to UW students again in 2021. The commitment is part-time, about 10 hours per week dedicated to the project and 2-3 hours per week of mentorship/ reflection activities for processing and deepening learning. Students will have the option to complete the internships for credit or not. 

Early Fall 2021

Dancing with Nature in the Pacific Northwest: Embodied learning of natural history, conservation and global perspectives 

Led by Ursula Valdez and Diana Garcia-Snyder, IAS |5 credits
Note: This is a U.S.-based program with remote connections to Peru.
View over Machu Picchu, Peru. Photo by Harris Nakajima.
This interdisciplinary program offers the opportunity for a fully integrated experiential learning in natural history, ecology, conservation and cultural and creative explorations in one of the most fascinating regions in North America: The Pacific Northwest (PNW). We will set up camps in Friday Harbor and the Olympic Peninsula, which are home to important species and ecosystems. While camping in these areas, students will also learn first-hand about the use of resources in local communities, and the current conservation and economical challenges the local communities face in this unprecedented time of ecosystem degradation. Students will also discuss parallel stories between the PNW and mountain, coastal and rainforest ecosystems in Peru and other countries.

Cancelled/ Suspended Programs for 2021

The following programs, which UWB faculty offer on a regular basis (annual or every other year), are not being offered in 2021. We hope to offer them again in 2022:

Japan: "Glocal" Studies- Ehime Prefecture in National and Global Contexts

Led by David Goldstein, IAS

Gender, Culture, and Human Rights in India  (Spring Break)

Led by Alka Kurian and Camille Walsh, IAS

MBA Global Study Tour (Winter Break and Spring Break)

Led by various UWB Business faculty

Explorations of Science, Art and Architecture in Europe (Summer A Term)

Led by Andrew Abian, STEM

Critical Perspectives on Ecotourism in Tanzania  (Summer Term A)

Led by Ben Gardner, IAS

When in Rome: Interdisciplinary Studio Art and Italian Culture (Summer Term A)

Led by Barbara Noah, IAS

Americans in Europe: Exile & Belonging in France and Spain (Summer Term B)

Led by Alice Pedersen and Jed Murr, IAS

Guatemala: Health Services Delivery in Resource-Poor Settings (Summer Quarter)

Led by Mabel Ezeonwu, NHS

Information, Technology, and Society in Modern South Korea (Early Fall)

Led by Jeffrey Kim, CSS

Sustainable Energy in Japan (Early Fall)

Led by Steve Collins, STEM, and Hiroshi Miyamoto

Past UW Bothell Faculty Led Programs

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Study Abroad Advising

Virtual appointments remain available throughout 2021!
Text us at: 425.243.0134

Natalia Dyba, Director
425.352.3261
nataliak@uw.edu

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