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Where in the world are Katies?

More than 115 St. Kate's students are using the University's January-term to broaden their global perspectives.

Led by St. Kate's faculty, they are studying a variety of topics including Greek and Roman sports and games, fashion and merchandising and Global Search for Justice topics. They are traveling in South Africa, Ecuador and India, among others.

Kristina L. Bonsager, Ph.D., assistant professor of Spanish and chair of the department of international languages & literatures, and Maria H. Tzintzarova, assistant professor of international relations, are leading students taking the course, Global Search for Justice course, "Ecuadorian Voices of Dissent."

While there, they were able to meet with U.S. Ambassador Heather Hodges ‘68, a St. Kate’s alum!

Another group in Namibia, South Africa, led by Associate Professor of Nursing Deb Filer, PhD, RN, CNE, and Professor of Science Education Susan J. Gibbs Goetz, Ed.D., are chronicling their Global Search for Justice trip in this blog.

Jan. 13, 2011 by Julie Michener

See also: Leadership, Liberal Arts, Students