Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA) is holding an information session this Monday, October 18th from 12-1p.m. in the In-Flux Room at the Regis Center for Art.
HECUA offers off-campus study programs that address some of the most important issues of our time. Each program takes students off campus to engage in hands-on learning through field work and an internship.
During this info session, you'll learn more about these HECUA programs:
* City Arts - explore the role of art in creating social change (16 credits - spring semester)
* Environmental Sustainability - explore the impact of science, public policy, and community action on the environment (16 credits - Fall semester)
* Metro Urban Studies Term - explore poverty and inequality in the Twin Cities (16 credits - fall or spring semester)
* Writing for Social Change - explore the role creative writers, spoken word artists, and literature play in creating social change (16 credits - fall semester)
* Civil Rights Movement: History and Consequences - explore the US Civil Rights Movement through a 2-week tour of the South (4-6 credits - May-term)
* Environment and Agriculture: Sustainable Food Systems - Understand sustainability through the lens of the US food system (4-6 credits - May-term)
For more information or to apply for one of these programs, please contact a HECUA advisor at 612-626-2044 or email@example.com or visit the site here.