Apply now for spring study abroad; info sessions taking place this weekOctober 31, 2012Student Life· Case Western Reserve University is offering a number of short-term study-abroad programs to all students during the spring break and spring II periods. Applications for these programs will be accepted up until the Jan. 4 deadline. Space is limited, however, so apply early. Courses will take place in The Netherlands, France, Guatemala, Spain, Panama, China, India, and Poland. Non-credit service opportunities in Italy and Nicaragua also are available. Learn more about some of the spring break and spring II study-abroad programs at the following interest sessions: Information Session 1: Friday, Nov. 2, 12:30-1 p.m. Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, room 112 Featuring information on courses in: Guatemala: Child Welfare Poland: Invisible Groups The Netherlands: Social Justice or Mental Health India: Global Issues & Sustainability (jointly offered with Case School of Engineering) Information Session 2: Friday, Nov. 2, 12:30-1:15 p.m. (pizza will be served) Department of Bioethics Main Office Featuring information on courses in: The Netherlands: Public Health Ethics Spain: European Perspectives on Bioethics France: French Connections—A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics The Netherlands: Death, Dying & Euthanasia—Netherlands & the USA To learn more about all of the opportunities available or to apply for a study abroad program, visit www.case.edu/studyabroad or contact email@example.com in the Office of Education Abroad.