April 2009 news
Info Sessions will be held at:
- Holiday Inn
1020 S. Figuero Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Tuesday, May 26:
10:00 – 11:30 AM South Africa: Co-Curricular Learning and Global Leadership–- Arcadia Team and Andrea Patrick
2:00 – 3:30 PM Australia: Co-Curricular Learning and Global Leadership -- Arcadia Team, Cameron Southey, Marion Finlay.
Wednesday, May 27:
10:00 – 11:30 AM New Zealand: Co-Curricular Learning and Global Leadership – Arcadia Team and Jane Gunn-Lewis
2:00 -- 3:30 PM Australia: Co-Curricular Learning and Global Leadership in Australia -- Arcadia Team and Cameron Southey, Marion Finlay.
Thursday, May 28:
10:00 to 11:30 AM New Zealand: Co-Curricular Learning and Global Leadership – Arcadia Team and Jane Gunn-Lewis
2:00 – 3:30 PM South Africa: Co-Curricular Programming and Global Leadership – Arcadia Team and Andrea Patrick
- Full coverage for pre-existing conditions
- Cashless insurance access arranged for HTH-contracted providers upon notification of incident.
- Access to HTH-Contracted physicians 24/7 via mobile phone in case of emergency or email / text for non-emergencies.
- Personalized information and support for students about health care and prescription medication through “Well Prepared," at www.hthstudents.com. They also can access policy benefits, claims, global assistance services, and travel security information on the site; this information is also available to parents at www.hthparents.com.
We are in the process of notifying students and their families, but wanted you to be aware of this change as well. Please feel free to contact Arlene Snyder, Director of Health and Safety, if you have any questions or if you require a more detailed description for your office or the risk manager on your campus.
Note: This information applies to all students except those attending programs in New Zealand, where we will continue to provide them with the New Zealand government’s mandated insurance plan. Please contact Arlene Snyder for more information.
Students will engage in critical and reflective processes and assemble a descriptive and reflective learning portfolio, through lectures, readings, and field experience. Students will earn 5 semester hours of credit. Please contact Amanda Zimmerman at email@example.com.
The Arcadia programs in Arusha, Tanzania, offer students the opportunity to focus on human rights education and East African culture while considering the links between East and West, theory and practice, and diplomacy and development. Central to the program is a core course: ARUS SMCI 310, Tanzania in the Midst of Peace and Conflict: Contemporary Issues in East Africa. This four-credit course covers current events and issues in Tanzania and the region as well as exploring practical approaches to various human-rights issues. Students are required to take a course in the Kiswahili language and may choose two additional courses in political science and sociology, culture, and development. All courses are taught by expert faculty in the field of peace and international conflict studies.
Students will interact with collaborating partners, including the East African Law Society, as well as with numerous guest speakers from major African governmental and non-governmental organizations, including the East African Community (EAC), the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (UN ICTR), and the African Union Court of Human and People's Rights.The Tanzania program calendar is compatible with the calendars of most U.S. universities and applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the program is filled.