Central Europe Leadership and Culture

May 31 -July 3, 2020

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Students will gain knowledge related to history, culture, geography, agriculture production & policy, economy, educational system and government; explore the interrelationships between the contributions of diverse individuals, the state, nation and global success of agriculture.  Through home/farm stays the student will be required to work on the farm with the host family.  In addition, students will be responsible for selected readings, site visits, discussions, student presentations, and scholarly writing . (ALED 494).  Students will learn about the fundamental elements of culture and how they influence behavior in themselves and others that manifests in family, education, social and work settings, as well as how to recognize and adapt to different cultural settings and contexts. Students will visit important historical sites for both Poland and the U.S. and learn how they are a result of and influence on leadership and culture.

Summer I Session: May 31 – July 3, 2020

Costs: ∼ + Airfare, Tuition and Fees

Application Deadline: February 1, 2020

Scholarship Application Deadline: February 1, 2020

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Classes Offered:

  • ALEC 494 and
  • ALEC 685 & 694 upon request

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