St. Lawrence's programs of study have resumed in Kenya, with three Summterterm
courses taught there.
Study in Kenya was cancelled for the spring 2008 semester, following political
unrest related to elections. It resumed with
Summerterm and will continue in the fall semester.
In the above photo, supplied by Associate Professor of Biology
Erika Barthelmess, students in the Pastoralist Nomads and Wildlife Conservation course,
taught by Barthelmess and Professor of Anthropology
Celia Nyamweru, are shown in front of and on top of a termite mound.
Three separate courses were taught in Kenya for Summerterm: Pastoralist Nomads and Wildlife Conservation;
Health Care Delivery in a Developing Country; and Challenges in Conservation. In
addition, international experiences for Summerterm 2008 included courses in
Senegal (Transnational Collaborations: Global Citizenship and Civic Engagement
in Senegal), Austria (Psychology of Creativity) and Ireland (Nationalism, Peace
and Conflict; and Literature, Popular Memory and Place).
Posted: June 26, 2008