Bali, Indonesia (May Term)
This 4000-level study abroad course explores leadership development as related to global citizenship. It is designed for students who are interested in exploring topics and themes of leadership and happiness in a different cultural context. Specifically, this course will take students to Bali, Indonesia, and utilize the history, sites, people and agencies of Ubud, Sanur, and Kuta, to explore and learn about those communities as well as how culture affects leadership and the social constructs of happiness. Students will use their knowledge of leadership—particularly the notions of community, intercultural leadership, and social constructs of happiness—to examine the current opportunities and challenges the Balinese face. Students will interact with local community leaders who are working to make change, as well as citizens in the community. Learn more & apply here. Depending on budget, financial awards may be available to Leadership Minor students participating in this program.
Cape Town, South Africa (May Term)
Explore the rich historical and cultural context of Cape Town, South Africa, while meeting and learning with local leaders! Students will live, learn, and serve in three different communities in Cape Town to understand the vibrant and rich history and current political and social context of South Africa as a way to explore concepts of leadership social change. Exploring Cape town and it’s surroundings will include visits to local museums and historical sites, community service projects, conversations with local leaders, an optional safari excursion, and much more! Students will explore leadership development theories and frameworks from a South African lens to better understand their own global and intercultural viewpoints. The course will fulfill elective credits for the Leadership Minor. Learn more & apply here. Depending on budget, financial awards may be available to Leadership Minor students participating in this program.
Financial Awards for Study Abroad & Internships
Awards shown below are the total amount that was/will be dispursed to students. Students can receive up $1,800.
Annual Total of Awards Granted: