India Winterim Information Session

Wednesday, April 12 at 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm
3124 Seamans Center
103 S. Capitol Street, Iowa City, IA 52242

Come learn about the India Winterim class being offered again by Professors Allen Bradley and Marian Muste during the 2017-2018 Winter Session! Mark your calendar –– Wednesday, April 12 from 3:00 to 3:30 pm in 3124 Seamans Center.   Learn more about the India Winterim course: Water Poverty in Rural India: A Freshwater Crisis Case Study. We will also share information about the application process and deadlines, as well as scholarship funding opportunities!   Overview of the India Winterim class: This course is a case study on water poverty in rural India. You will learn firsthand about the freshwater crisis that exists in the Mewat District, a rural agricultural valley in northern India. During your time in India, you will be engaged in projects that investigate practices aimed at enhancing water supplies. Through these activities, and your interactions with our local partner and the population in Mewat, you will learn how culture, economics, and the environment shape this region and determine the sustainability of water resources. You will also get a chance to travel in India, visit historical cities (Delhi and Jaipur), and see breathtaking sights (the Taj Mahal and the Ganges River).