My favorite class was the Netherlands and its European Context course. It gave me so much insight into my host country, and I learned about Europe and the EU. I felt well-educated leaving the course and as if I could contribute to discussions on current issues pertaining to the Netherlands and the EU.
Open to faculty of all disciplines, the workshop is designed to build capacity to support broad global learning goals at participants’ home institutions by using locations in the Yucatan as a lens through which to explore a range of global issues
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