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    Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Korean Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Exchange Minimum GPA 3 0 Approved by HUM EC Open to Junior Program Advisor Dr Pauline Morin Program Description Undergraduate students from Human Ecology may spend one semester and in some cases up to a year studying at Seoul National University Seoul s College of Human Ecology has thirty one full time professors who work with over 600 undergraduate students and two hundred graduate students Like the College of Human Ecology at Cornell the College of Human Ecology at Seoul National University was founded on the academic mission of improving the quality of life of individual and household and on the human environment interaction Seoul is the capital of Korea and the heart of Korea s culture and education as well as politics and economics It is home to more than ten million people and is one of the top 10 global cities in the world Seoul s transportation system is well integrated and efficient boasting the world s third largest subway system and the number one rated airport

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    available buttons for additional options List All Simple Search Advanced Search Map Search Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Cornell Human Ecology Exchange University of New South Wales Sydney Australia Exchange Program Outgoing Program Program Terms Academic Year Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Exchange Minimum GPA 3 0 Approved by HUM EC Open to Junior Program Advisor Dr Pauline Morin Program Description Undergraduate students from Human Ecology may spend up to a year studying at the University of New South Wales UNSW manages a large and active exchange program with over 190 different student exchange opportunities in 32 countries UNSW embraces a policy of internationalization across the whole university and prides itself on being one of Australia s most International Universities UNSW has long embraced a policy of internationalization and provides opportunities and perspective for students as global citizens Dates Deadlines Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Approx Start Approx End Fall 2015 03 02 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Academic Year

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    Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Korean Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Exchange Minimum GPA 3 0 Approved by HUM EC Open to Junior Program Advisor Dr Pauline Morin Program Description Undergraduate students from Human Ecology may spend one semester and in some cases up to a year studying at Yonsei University in their school of Human Ecology Yonsei has the most extensive overseas exchange network in Korea with exchange agreements with over 610 universities worldwide and receives over 4 000 international students Yonsei is recognized by the global community as one of the most innovative and globalized universities The College of Human Ecology at Yonsei combines theoretical and applied approaches to address various human concerns Seoul is the capital of Korea and the heart of Korea s culture and education as well as politics and economics It is home to more than ten million people and is one of the top 10 global cities in the world Seoul s transportation system is well integrated and efficient boasting the world s third largest subway system and the number one rated airport It

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    currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Cornell ILR Exchange Beijing China Coventry United Kingdom Melbourne Australia Milan Italy Sydney Australia Tarragona Spain Outgoing Program Program Terms Academic Year Fall Spring Summer This program is currently not accepting applications Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Fact Sheet Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Exchange Approved by ILR Dates Deadlines Term Year App Deadline Decision

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    at Cornell University that designs sustainable water treatment systems Our gravity powered affordable technologies currently provide clean water to over 30 000 people in communities around the world every day Application Deadline Sunday September 7th Any applications submitted after September 7th will be considered for the wait list only The annual Engineering in Context trip to Honduras provides an opportunity for team members to learn about the context of drinking water infrastructure in Honduras Although each community is a new context there are many similarities between communities in Honduras and other resource poor communities throughout the Global South The trip provides an opportunity to hear the passion and dreams of community members to see the common infrastructure failure modes associated with traditional engineering approaches and to see the impact of designing for sustainability The lessons learned are broadly applicable to infrastructure design regardless of the context The role of feedback in systematically improving the design of infrastructure is a key insight from the visits to both traditional and AguaClara water treatment plants The second major goal of the trip is to transfer new knowledge from the Cornell team to our partners in Honduras This varies by year but typically includes new fabrication techniques new unit processes or new scales of processes The trip to Honduras costs approximately 1300 per person for lodging and transport round trip starting from Ithaca or JFK NYC Food and miscellaneous is an additional 200 In previous years we have been fortunate to have the lodging and tranport paid from other sources We do not yet have any sources of funding for the trip in January Monroe will continue to look for funding sources and he welcomes suggestions and donations toward this trip As you fill out this survey you are encouraged to answer based on

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    to run properly Cornell Int l Course Experience Latin America IARD 4010 6010 Chiapas Mexico Outgoing Program Program Terms Summer This program is currently not accepting applications Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Program Description EXPERIENCE LATIN AMERICA Mexico Edition A course designed to acquaint students with the cultural historical socio political literary anthropological agricultural and development and health issues in southern México IARD 4010 LATA 4010 EXPERIENCE LATIN AMERICA I Bridging Worlds Urban Rural Realities Spring ONLY Credits 2 1 optional in Spanish Instructor Peter Hobbs PhD Place Times 135 Emerson Fridays 1 25 to 3 20pm Lectures discussions and selected readings help establish the global and regional contexts for trans cultural understanding The course may be taken as a stand alone survey course However it is primarily a preparatory course for enrolled students selected to participate in an exciting optional 2 week Field Study Course and an opportunity of an 8 to 10 week Internship Must enroll in BOTH 410 6010 to participate IARD 6010 LATA 6010 EXPERIENCE LATIN AMERICA II Fall ONLY Credits 3 Prerequisite IARD 4010 LATA 4010 Instructor Peter Hobbs PhD Combines a two week summer field experience in Chiapas México with subsequent course agenda

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    browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Cornell Int l Course Student Community Partnerships in Ecuador I II IARD LATA 4011 6011 Ibarra Ecuador Outgoing Program Program Terms Winter Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Program Description IARD LATA 4011 Student Community Partnerships in Ecuador I Fall 3 Credits Instructor James Lassoie NTRES Our program partners student teams with community practitioners in a rural region of Ecuador and prepares them for an experiential learning that country during Winter break Students participating in the full program take IARD LATA 4011 in the Fall 3 credits and IARD LATA 6011 in the Spring 3 credits 2 of which are allocated to the winter break trip The class will expose students to a network of small communities and organizations in the Intag valley a beautiful Cloud Forest ecosystem Our community partners are activists who have rejected the prospect of open pit mining in the area and instead attempted to create an alternative model of development focusing on artisan cooperatives ecotourism conservation initiatives and sustainable agriculture This short video introduces our community partners https www youtube com watch v sAz4 7hA3SE During the fall course a series of guest lecturers from a wide range of disciplines will contextualize the case study by addressing issues of sustainable development community based conservation and resistance to extractive industries During the Fall semester students will communicate directly with practitioners in Ecuador and develop projects with their practitioners and implement them over winter break Students are placed in one of four community partners 1 Women s Artisan Association 2 A Shade Grown Coffee Cooperative 3 A Conservation NGO working on watersheds reserve creation

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Restrictions CU applicants only Program Description The Abroad to Germany trip is for students who are enrolled in the Abroad to Germany course Please read below for full information and contact Prof Grit Matthias with any questions gritmatthias cornell edu This course prepares students to undertake a one week research trip to Germany during spring break Students will choose and investigate a research topic that will allow them to delve into questions and practices relating to cultural communication Possible topics include migrant and minority cultures privacy and data protection environmental conservation and the challenge of climate change Besides the one week travel the course involves pre and post travel sessions on the Cornell campus The first part of the course is devoted to analyzing different ways of defining culture as well as related concepts of inter and transculturality based primarily but not exclusively on the work of cultural anthropologist Joana Breidenbach In the second part we will apply these theoretical concepts to the chosen research topic as we explore local contexts during the travel to Germany Our post travel sessions will be devoted to interrogating the mechanism and reach of stereotypical categorization and cultural claims

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