The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences International Education Programs Office will host an information session on its “Invisible Groups in a New Poland” Mandel School study abroad course.
University community members can bring their lunch and learn more about the program Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 1 p.m. in Mandel School, Room 236.
Hear from course instructors Kathleen Farkas and Richard Romaniuk and past participants as they discuss the ways in which democracy has changed how Polish society addresses problems of social invisibility, such as homelessness, aging and drug addiction.
One professional development hour is available.
To learn more about Mandel School study abroad courses, contact Valerie Rambin, assistant director of international education programs at the Mandel School, at email@example.com or visit msass.case.edu/studyabroad/.
Ronald A. Stewart Fund for International Study and Service Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Study Abroad Scholarship applications are due Feb. 1 for all spring and summer study abroad applicants.