Bucknell in Nicaragua
Next Offered in Summer 2013
GRASSROOTS DEVELOPMENT: NICARAGUA
Health Care, Organic Agriculture,
and Sustainable Development
A Short-Term Study-Abroad Program
Program Dates: May 20 - June 9, 2013
Please submit your application early, since admissions are made on a rolling basis.
Look for Information Sessions in the Fall Semester 2012
ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MAY APPLY, INCLUDING MEMBERS OF 2016 CLASS.
If you are applying only for this Short-Term Study Abroad Program in Nicaragua, there is no need to complete a separate application for preliminary approval to study off campus.
Please complete the following three forms and return to:
Paul Susman (email@example.com)
Department of Geography
Lewisburg, PA 17837
You may fax the three forms to: 570-577-3536
1 or 2 Course Credits
1) All students are required to take the following one full credit Bucknell summer course,
Grass Roots Development (Geog 237)
Co-Taught by Prof. Paul Susman, Geography Dept. & Prof. Kim Daubman, Psychology Dept.
2) Students may opt to sign up for a second full credit course in addition to the required course.
Independent Study course (Geog 320).
Based in Nueva Vida at the Center for Development in Central America, the Non-Governmental Organization of the Jubilee House Community, Inc. our hosts for this program as well as the Bucknell Brigade, the group will focus on development problems and how local communities struggle to define and achieve their own goals.