2019 UCA SCIENCE AND SOCIETY AND SERVICE IN RWANDA: THE GUSANGIRA PROJECT

 

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 Science and Society in Rwanda is an interdisciplinary service-learning opportunity for students enrolled in either of the courses related to cultural studies or science. While each course has independent learning outcomes, both will investigate the intersection of science and culture through service-learning. Students will discuss issues such as the colonial creation of race, modernity, material culture, literature, environmentalism and society, and the 1994 genocide.

Site visits include national museums and parks, schools, genocide memorials, and local villages where relationships have been previously established to reinforce learning objectives. All students will participate in projects that address quality education, environmental conservation, access to basic needs and social entrepreneurship.

Prof. Leah Horton

BIOL 4390 Special Topics

Dr. Jayme Millsap Stone

HIST 1375 FYS: Diversity in World Cultures

WLAN 2315 Cultural Studies

Prof. Leah Horton, Lecturer and Assistant Chair

Prof. Leah Horton, Lecturer and Assistant Chair

 

 

 

 

Leah Horton, Ph.D.  • LSC 043 • Department of Biology


Dr. Jayme Millsap Stone, Director of Learning Communities

Dr. Jayme Millsap Stone, Director of Learning Communities

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Jayme Millsap Stone • Main Hall Room 104 • Department of History

Travel Dates: May Intercession 2019

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