The Department of Bioethics will host an information session about the Netherlands bioethics study abroad courses Wednesday, Nov. 13, from noon to 1 p.m. in Thwing Center’s lower-level multipurpose room.
Students will hear from the faculty leading both the spring break and May courses to the Netherlands:
- Dutch Perspectives: Drugs, Decriminalization, and Detention (Spring Break: BETH 315J/415J)
- Women’s Health and Public Health in the Netherlands (May Abroad: BETH 314A/415A)
These three-credit hour spring courses are open to undergraduates, graduate students and post-graduates from any discipline. Undergraduates can earn the engineering humanities or global and diversity credit.
Pizza and drinks will be provided at the information session.
Email Leah Jeunnette at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.