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Global Aging and Health: Enhancing Communities in Nicaragua
Tuesday, October 14, 2008 - 1:00pm
PSU's Institute on Aging and Education Abroad, in collaboration with the Jessie F. Richardson Foundation, present a unique TRAVEL AND LEARN opportunity.

Brown Bag Info Session!

Receive 6 Graduate, Capstone, or Undergraduate Elective Credits

7 Study then Travel to Nicaragua

7 Serve on projects such as health education, community and micro-enterprise development in service with older adults

7 Learn about issues in international aging and health

7 Class will meet on Friday afternoons, 4-6 pm, mid-Winter through Spring Term

7 Travel will be for 2 weeks, mid-June to early July

7 For students with diverse interests: gerontology, public health, urban studies, social work, sociology, engineering, architecture, economics, others!

7 Spanish language proficiency beneficial

7 Some financial aid and scholarships are available; non-PSU students welcome; tuition free except for Capstone students

When: Tuesday, October 14th, 2008
Where: Urban Center, room 411
Time: 1:00 pm

For more information, e-mail Amanda Lawrence, Graduate Research Assistant, Institute on Aging at