Acara Courses and Programs

Acara is currently offering the following courses, these courses will be available each fall semester:

Fall Semester, 2017

GCC 3005/5005 Global Venture Design – What Impact Will You Make? (3 credits)

Instructors: Steve Kelley, Senior Fellow, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and Fred Rose, Acara Director, with guest lectures from Tom Fisher, College of Design

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:15-9:30 am on the East Bank

Meets the Global Perspectives Theme and can be applied for Honors Credit.

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This is a good class for you if you feel passionate about helping others but struggle to realize your full potential to do so.

Kelsey Mork, GCC 3005/5005, Fall 2016

GCC 3003/5003 Grand Challenge: Seeking Solutions to Global Health Issues (3 credits)

Instructors: Cheryl Robertson, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, and Fred Rose, Acara Director

When: Thursdays, 3:35-6:35 pm on the East Bank.

Meets the Global Perspectives Theme and can be applied for Honors Credit.

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This is a good class for you if you are a self-driven individual looking for a realistic class to help improve the world.

Jesse Abelson, GCC 3003/5003, Fall 2016

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January 2018

PA 5290: Acara Impact Venture Launchpad- Ideas to Impact

Do you have an idea to create impact? In this one-week 2 credit course, you will design a solution to address an environmental or social challenge that you are passionate about.

When: Monday – Friday, January 8 – 12, 2018, 9 – 5pm

Priority Application: December 20, 2017

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May, 2017 (Study Abroad Programs)

CEGE 4011/5570: Design for Sustainable Development – India

In this study abroad course you will learn about environmental and societal challenges in rural and urban India through the eyes of entrepreneurs and local leader promising entrepreneurial and engineering solutions and will explore to.

When: May Term, 2018

Application Deadline: December 1, 2017

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CEGE 4011/5570: Design for Sustainable Development – Nicaragua

Explore Entrepreneurial and Engineering approaches to development challenges. This course take place in Nicaragua, the Central American country with the least access to electricity and the highest level of poverty.

When: May Term, 2018

Application Deadline: December 5, 2017

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