PAST STUDY ABROAD
Information of Central Washington Study Abroad to Mexico
Fall term 2006 (13 weeks), winter term 2007 (10 weeks), spring term 2007 (10 weeks). Seeking one faculty member fall, winter, and spring terms from departments with academic interests in north-south, U.S.-Mexican "Migration Studies" (including but not limited to Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Social Sciences, Geography, Latin American Studies, Public Health, Political Science, and Environmental Science) to teach one 6-quarter credit course (40 contact hours in class, 20 hours of supervised fieldwork), in English, at the upper-division level. Although the required course is taught in English, preference will be given to faculty members with a high level of Spanish language proficiency necessary for fieldwork development and facilitation on site with students
Summer term 2007 (3-4 weeks) Seeking one faculty member* summer term in Education to teach one 4-quarter credit course (30 contact hours in class, 10 hours of supervised fieldwork), in English, at the 400/graduate level. Although the required course is taught in English, preference will be given to faculty members with a high level of Spanish language proficiency necessary for fieldwork development and facilitation on site with students.
*NOTE: The Morelia program budget allows for one visiting faculty position per summer session. Because of the program's thematic focus, however, it is also possible to add additional faculty roles, if professors wish to integrate a group of their students (with related interests) into the existing program structure. Campuses should contact AHA International prior to submitting applications for possible options and additional budgetary information.
For more information on these programs, contact the Office of International Studies and Programs 400 E. University Way Ellensburg, WA 98926-7408. Phone Number: (509) 963-3612.
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