Read below regarding different study abroad tracks, and make sure to talk with the
Wyo Abroad office about how to maximize your abroad experience. The advisor for the
Middle East/North Africa region is Dianne Thompson. Email the appropriate advisor
before scheduling an appointment.
Dianne Thompson: email@example.com Follow this link to book an appointment.
Need help funding your experience abroad?UW has the LARGEST study abroad endowment of any Land Grant university in the U.S.
UW has many other scholarships to help students fully fund their time abroad.
To learn more about departmental scholarship opportunities check out our SPPAIS scholarships.
This annual study abroad experience allows UW students to travel to the Middle East
and learn more about the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Students are exposed to peace
processes, diplomatic relations, and foreign policy. Students will meet politicians,
community leaders, non-governmental organizations, faith leaders, and victims/survivors
from all sides impacted by the conflict to hear a comprehensive view of the divergent
perspectives, narratives, and human stories of people living in the region.
Hosted by the Center for International Experiential Learning, students will be in
Jordan, Israel, and the West Bank.
Learn more about the study abroad program on this page.
Read the syllabus to learn more about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Narratives Court (HP 4976).
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