HHH rising 2nd Yr students: global policy capstone for 2012-2013 begins September.
HHH students (you do not need to be global policy concentrators):
The capstone in global policy and international economic and community international development will be offered again in 2012-2013. Please read the course description below carefully and note that some requirements are to be completed in the fall term.
Projects available for 2012-2013 will be announced in early September (watch Global Notes for the announcement).
In 2011-2012 4 teams (16 students total) worked for the following client organizations:
Cheetah Development http://cheetahdevelopment.org/
Global Deaf Connection (USAID, Junior Achievement Jamaica) http://deafconnection.org/09/?page_id=60
No Time For Poverty http://www.notimeforpoverty.org/index.html
World Savvy http://worldsavvy.org/
In 2010-2011 5 teams (24 students total) worked for the following NGOs:
The American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA) http://www.araha.org/
Cason Family Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative http://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/107535
Center for Victims of Torture http://www.cvt.org/
OneVillage Partners http://www.onevillagepartners.org/
Solidarity Movement for a New Ethiopia (SMNE) http://www.solidaritymovement.org/
PA 5990 Topics: Public Affairs--General Topics
(max crs 9; 6 completions allowed; prereq Grad student or instr consent )
25915 -002 LEC (09/04/2012 - 12/12/2012) , TCWESTBANK , Gray,Sherry , Capstone in Global Public Policy , No Grade Associated , 0 credits, This course is a required, zero-credit preparation course for PA 8081 Capstone in Global Public Policy (3 credits) that will be offered in Spring 2013 semester. Students who wish to fulfill their professional paper requirement through a capstone, team-based project working for a public or nonprofit organization on a global policy issue in Spring 2013 must register for this course. Students also must register for PA5080 Capstone Preparation Workshop in Fall 2012 (1 credit hour). Capstone projects will be available for student team formation in September 2012. Some classes, team meetings, and capstone client meetings will be held fall semester and scheduled around students' schedules. Permission of instructor required. Contact Dr. Sherry Gray for more information.
Capstone projects will be available for student team formation in September 2011.
Some classes, team meetings, and capstone client meetings will be held fall semester.