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  • Locations: Charleston, SC, United States;
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Click here for a definition of this term Program Description: On-Campus Semester/Summer Course with Short-term Travel Off-campus Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: Exclusively English
Click here for a definition of this term Recommended For: Simmons, whereas other schools need to contact adviser
Program Description:
Geechee Gals and Gullah Nations: Keeping Traditions Alive in the Georgia Sea Isles - AST 264, Spring 2020 

Course Location: Georgia and South Carolina, USA

Estimated Dates of Travel: May 19-28, 2020 

Travel Fee: $3,500, includes round trip airfare, shared accommodation, travel insurance, all academic and cultural excursions. Items not included are most meals, personal spending, laundry, health insurance and additional luggage

HOW TO APPLY
  • Apply online by October 15
  • $250 scholarship is reflected in the above travel fee - to receive this scholarship, students must complete the scholarship application located on the course application.
  • There are a select number of additional Simmons scholarships designated for undergraduate students enrolling in a Faculty Led Travel Course. Scholarship applications are due October 15.
  • Upon acceptance, a $400 deposit is due November 15 to confirm your participation


ACADEMIC INFORMATION
  • Open to all undergraduates
  • This course is open to COF Students 
  • 4 credits: As general Simmons policy, traditional full-time undergraduates admitted after Fall 2017 who take greater than 18 credits will be charged per credit for any credit over the 18 credit maximum. Simmons travel courses are 4 credits each and appear on the Spring semester transcript. Students must plan wisely for the Spring semester travel course, in order to avoid credit overload charges.

FACULTY INFORMATION
 

Janie Ward, Ed.D:  For over twenty years my professional work and research interests have centered on the developmental issues of African American adolescents, focusing on identity and moral development in African American girls and boys. Along with my teaching responsibilities I work with youth counselors, secondary school educators and other practitioners in a variety of school-based and out-of-school settings. I recently completed a study of socialization practices of White mothers of Chinese daughters and a chapter on educational and clinical interventions with children in schools against everyday colorism.
 

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