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GEL-Diversity, Service, Reflection: Martin Luther King and Us
Washington, D. C., United States; Winchester, United States; (Outgoing Program)
|Program Type:||Global Experiential Learning (GEL)||Academic area:||Arts and Sciences|
|Satisfies foreign language requirement:||No||Credit bearing:||Yes|
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|Language of instruction:||English||Housing options:||Other|
Program Description: This course is based on experiential and contextual learning and fulfills the Domain 5 "Moral Reasoning" requirement. You will engage and explore the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as they apply to today's issues January 12-20, 2020. During this time we will take part in workshops, trainings and service-learning opportunities in Washington, D.C. and in and around Winchester, VA. The final projects will be tailored to fit the interests, strengths, courses of study, and talents of the students and will be presented during Martin Luther King Week.
Accommodations/Meals: In DC, we will stay at the Steinbruck Center and the group will prepare its own meals, have one catered, as well as go out to eat at local restaurants certain evenings. Beginning Tuesday night, we will be staying on main campus in Winchester and cater some meals, prepare some ourselves, and use the Allen Dining Hall when it opens on Sunday.
Travel: We will use SU vans to travel in and out of DC and locations near Winchester. While in DC, we will use the Metro system.
Cost: $800. This includes most meals, accommodation, 3 SU credits and transportation. Does not include personal expenses.
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