InFocus Global Seminars
Impactful. Relevant. Provocative.
InFocus Global Seminars are short-term study abroad opportunities that engage students in the first-hand study of critical local and global issues from a variety of perspectives. Led by Moravian College faculty and staff, each Global Seminar explores urgent questions related to Moravian College’s InFocus initiative: Health and Healthcare; War, Peace, and a Just Society; Poverty and Inequality; and Sustainability. InFocus Global Seminars map to on-campus InFocus learning, research and activism, and offer students critical global perspectives on complex issues facing society in the 21st century.
Current InFocus Global Seminars Include:
- Colombia: Global Perspectives on Culture, Identity, and Inequality
- Costa Rica: Tropical Ecology/Sustainability
- Education and Health Care Systems in the United States and the United Kingdom: Evolution Post-Revolution
- Japan: Legacies of WWII
- Modern African Culture and Society: Case Study Tanzania
Want to hear from students who have taken InFocus Global Seminars in the past? Keep an eye out for new #MyMoravian Blog posts from the upcoming Global Seminars in 2018, and check out the May 2017 Colombia and Japan program blog posts.
For more information on studying abroad and to find the best program for you, visit the Office of International Studies Website or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to meet to discuss study abroad options.
Faculty: If you are interested in developing an InFocus Global Seminar or finding out about InFocus Global Seminar development grants, please contact Christian Sinclair or Kelly Denton-Borhaug.