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ADP Tanzania Fall 2015 Course, Special Information Session
April 27 2015 at 10:00 AM
Undergraduate Library, David Adamany
A Unique Opportunity: Study and Travel to Tanzania, East Africa during the 2015 Presidential ElectionsHON 4260, African Democracy Project Tanzania, Fall 2015President Emeritus/Distinguished Professor Irvin D. Reid invites you to join a unique foreign study opportunity in Tanzania, East Africa.  First, you will study the history, culture, and politics of Tanzania here on campus for 10 weeks.  Then you will accompany Dr. Reid, and co-instructors Jennifer Hart, Assistant Professor of History, and Mr. Darryl Shreve, Emmy winning Filmmaker, on a 10-day field trip to Tanzania in Oct/Nov 2015 to observe the national elections.  You will be able to interact with students, scholars, NGO representatives, and ordinary citizens.  The highlight of your field study will be the national elections where you will meet government officials and political candidates.  You will also participate in the making of a documentary on democracy in Africa and conduct your own mini-research projects. This course is for all majors and covers contemporary issues in Tanzania, including education, popular culture, health, religion, political parties, economic development, and civil societies as well as race and gender. We will be based primarily in Dar es Salaam, the country's largest city, but we will also travel to rural areas.  We may even have an opportunity to go on a one-day safari, weather permitting. Estimated Cost is $4,125 - plus extras.  Start looking for that summer job now!  Enrollment is by permission only. SPECIAL INFORMATION SESSIONS UGL Community Room: Third Floor, Room 321010-11 a.m., Mon, April 27 or 4-5 p.m., Thu, April 30If you have additional questions or are unable to attend one of the information sessions, please contact Dr. Reid at: focis@wayne.edu or call 313-577-5550. 
School of Business Undergraduate - Walk In Advising
April 28 2015 at 9:00 AM
Prentis Building
Undergraduate Walk-In Advising enables a student to meet with an academic advisor regarding: Registration Issues Curriculum Questions Admission Requirements Transfer Credit Issues Program Requirements Basic Questions and Requests Walk-in advising sessions are brief 5-10 minutes on average. Students are seen by the first available advisor. If you need to see your assigned advisor, please schedule a regular advising appointment at wams.wayne.edu
School of Business Undergraduate Advising at Oakland Center
April 29 2015 at 1:00 PM
Oakland Center - Educational Outreach
The School of Business advises current and prospective students every Wednesday at the Oakland Center located in Farmington Hills. Advisors can assist with all types of areas including, but not limited to, those listed below: Admission Policies & Procedures Discuss admission procedures for undergraduate programs Process Plan of Work for admitted undergraduate students Meet with current students throughout their academic career Meet with prospective students to  analyze and explain transfer credit Advising in the School of Business Advise prospective and current students interested in majoring or minoring in the School of Business Explain and interpret School of Business and University policies and procedures Assist students with the Student Academic Progress appeal process through financial aid Registration Assist in processing registration requests Handle School of Business hold release Process override requests  Call 313-577-4510 for an appointment!
ADP Tanzania Fall 2015 Course, Special Information Session
April 30 2015 at 4:00 PM
Undergraduate Library, David Adamany
A Unique Opportunity: Study and Travel to Tanzania, East Africa during the 2015 Presidential Elections HON 4260, African Democracy Project Tanzania, Fall 2015 President Emeritus/Distinguished Professor Irvin D. Reid invites you to join a unique foreign study opportunity in Tanzania, East Africa.  First, you will study the history, culture, and politics of Tanzania here on campus for 10 weeks.  Then you will accompany Dr. Reid, and co-instructors Jennifer Hart, Assistant Professor of History, and Mr. Darryl Shreve, Emmy winning Filmmaker, on a 10-day field trip to Tanzania in Oct/Nov 2015 to observe the national elections.  You will be able to interact with students, scholars, NGO representatives, and ordinary citizens.  The highlight of your field study will be the national elections where you will meet government officials and political candidates.  You will also participate in the making of a documentary on democracy in Africa and conduct your own mini-research projects. This course is for all majors and covers contemporary issues in Tanzania, including education, popular culture, health, religion, political parties, economic development, and civil societies as well as race and gender. We will be based primarily in Dar es Salaam, the country's largest city, but we will also travel to rural areas.  We may even have an opportunity to go on a one-day safari, weather permitting. Estimated Cost is $4,125 - plus extras.  Start looking for that summer job now!  Enrollment is by permission only. SPECIAL INFORMATION SESSIONS UGL Community Room: Third Floor, Room 3210 10-11 a.m., Mon, April 27 or 4-5 p.m., Thu, April 30 If you have additional questions or are unable to attend one of the information sessions, please contact Dr. Reid at: focis@wayne.edu or call 313-577-5550.
School of Business Undergraduate - Walk In Advising
May 4 2015 at 9:00 AM
Prentis Building
Undergraduate Walk-In Advising enables a student to meet with an academic advisor regarding:   Registration Issues  Curriculum Questions  Admission Requirements  Transfer Credit Issues  Program Requirements  Basic Questions and Requests Walk-In Advising sessions are brief 5-10 minutes on average. Students are seen by the first available advisor. If you need to see your assigned advisor, please schedule a regular advising appointment at wams.wayne.edu
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