Student Profile: Karl Kumodzi
"The particular history of South Africa is something I had studied for a long time, some of the figures in its apartheid struggle are people I look up to, and the program’s unique social justice and public service component were a great match for my interests and prior experiences."
Student Profile: Kalyn McCall
"Once I got there, my goal became seeing and learning things for myself. Someone else’s experiences would not and did not dictate my own. In the end, I didn’t expect to love Cape Town as much as I did and be changed by it as much as I was, but that was my biggest realization while I was there."
Winter 2014 Faculty in Residence: H. Samy Alim
During Winter quarter 2014 Professor H. Samy Alim from the School of Education will be teaching for us in Cape Town, he will be teaching a course on Hip Hop Art, Culture, and Education in Africa.
Engage in service-learning, community-based research and academic courses focused on the people, history, politics and culture of post-apartheid South Africa while exploring initiatives undertaken and challenges faced by an emerging democracy.