Faculty-Led Program Ecuador
Welcome to the Faculty-led Study Abroad Program to Ecuador!
Course: ENVL/SUST 3701 International Sustainable Development
Travel Dates: January 2-17, 2022
Students need to register to the course to be eligible for this program. Please contact Dr. Tait Chirenje first.
Faculty Leader: Dr. Tait Chirenje
Professor Environment Studies
International Sustainable Development (ENVL/SUST 3701) is a Spring course that requires (early) Fall semester preparation. Students registered in this course must register for Prep for Filed Experience (ENVL 2500, 1 credit) with Dr. Chirenje to prepare for the Spring experience, which takes place during the first two weeks of January. Students must also participate in at least two weekend preparation trips during the Fall semester.
Program date: January 2-17, 2022
Step 1: Students need to contact Dr. Tait Chirenje and receive their permission to be registered to the course.
Step 2: After being registered to the course, students will work with Dr. Chirenje and the Office of Global Engagement on the travel logistics, including making deposits, study abroad applications, preparing necessary documents, and participating in the pre-departure orientation.
FLP Ecuador Program aligns with and contribute to the following outcomes:
Global Perspectives (as in Stockton Mission/Vision/Value)
Recognizing its place in an increasingly global economy and society, Stockton University is committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with exposure to diverse cultural perspectives. Stockton seeks to create and sustain the global awareness and understanding necessary for their meaningful participation in the world as independent critical thinkers and informed and prepared global citizens.
The ability to appreciate diversity and cultural interconnectedness.
The ability to use and to integrate concepts, theories, and principles in one’s major field of study in a masterful way.
The ability to create and share ideas and knowledge effectively with diverse audiences and in various formats.
Teamwork and Collaboration
The ability to join with others to achieve a common goal.
IDEA Objective 2:
Developing knowledge and understanding of diverse perspectives, global awareness, or other cultures