History of Social Entrepreneurship in China and the U.S.
The program focuses on how innovative people in China and the U.S. use business approaches to address poverty, environmental concerns, migrant education, caring for an aging population, urban unemployment, health care, orphan child welfare, women’s right, incarceration, and other issues. More info.
Urban Economic Development
Investigate the potential for corporations and governments to embrace the U.S. model of market-led approaches to spur greater economic development in apartheid-created, majority Black townships near Cape Town, South Africa. More info.
Critical Latinx Masculinities in Education: Transnational Perspectives
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to emergent research on Latinx males in K12 and tiger education focused on the topic of masculinity as it is theorized and practiced in the US and Mexico. More info.
Socially Responsible & Ethical Student Leadership
This is a discussion-based seminar and experiential study abroad course designed to develop student leaders who are ready to engage and initiate social change. The Spring and May course will provide specific emphasis on global leadership issues in the context of socially responsible and ethical leadership. More info.