Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 1998
Office: Kaufman Hall 301
Curriculum vitae (file download)
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The 2013 Journey to Africa program will be held in Arusha (3 weeks) and Zanzibar, Tanzania (1 week). Students will take two IAS courses approved for non-Western general education credit, and have the option to earn Honors credit, an additional 3 credit hours of internship experience, or graduate credit. If you are open to seeing the world with a fresh and different lens, this is the summer study abroad program for you. Complete immersion in another culture, through travel and study, may be our strongest tool for peacemaking. It isexploration and respectthat bridges the gap between us, creates understanding,and joins us as a global community.
Program leaders: Dr. Andreana Prichard and Dr. Loretta Bass
Dates: May 18 – June 16, 2013 (on ground in TZ, travel additional)
Click here, Journey to Africa Student Handbook, to read more about this exciting new summer study experience open to OU students.
Click here, Expedition to Africa, to view "A Rendezvous with Destiny", a moving documentary created by Dannon Cox, who studied with Dr. Bass in Ghana and Togo in 2011.
Tue, October 18, 2011
by Debra Hensley-Luczycki