TWU's Kenya Travel Study Program offers students courses and rich field
experiences. The program themes focus on insight and inspiration through
exposure to different socio-cultural environments, lectures at places such
as the World Bank, to project involvement in a rural community, and of
course - a safari! General topics covered include gender equality, poverty
and empowerment, world views, and more … to specific topics such as
micro–finance, tourism, rites of passage, and more.
The third and fourth-year level courses offered are:
1. ANTH/LING/COMM Cross-Cultural Communication
2. ANTH/COMM Gender in Multi-cultural Perspectives
3. IDIS (an interdisciplinary capstone course) Transformational
Leadership and Development
See the website for the program flyer and further information:
Ella Ruth Anaya, D Litt et Phil (cand.)
Professor in Cross-Cultural & Leadership Communication & Development Studies
Assistant Professor | Communications Department | School of the Arts,
Media + Culture
School of Business | Trinity Western University
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