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Maria Barra <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Global Classrooms Summer Course for Students in Biology!

Please see below a fantastic opportunity from the Office of International
Affairs to stay globally engaged this summer!

FMSC286: Assisted Reproduction Law and Policy in the US and Brazil:
Collaborate with classmates in Brazil to learn about the field of Assisted
Reproduction Technologies (ART) in the U.S. and Brazil. This course looks at
conventional families created in unconventional ways to examine such topics
as sperm and egg donation, in vitro fertilization, surrogacy, reproductive
organ transplants and more. Students also consider the racial, cultural,
religious, ableist, economic, or socioeconomic contexts that influence each
in each country.
Registration link:

Register for the summer Global Classrooms course, FMSC286: Assisted
Reproduction Law and Policy in the US and Brazil, held from July 12-30th and
you can receive up to $500 by applying to the SPH-GHI Travel Fellowship*.
Please note you must be an undergraduate or graduate student affiliated with
the School of Public Health to be eligible. You also must be registered in
FMSC286 prior to completing the SPH-GHI Travel Fellowship application
In honor of Dr. Colleen "Coke" Farmer, retiring Assistant Dean of Students
for the School of Public Health, whose career-long commitment from Peace Corp
volunteer to higher education administrator focused on the importance of
learning about and respecting other cultures around the world, additional
needs-based funding may be available for this program this summer. Please
contact the course instructor ([log in to unmask]) for more information.

For best consideration, please apply before June 24 and all applications are
due by June 28.

*Funding for this fellowship has been expanded to include virtual global
learning opportunities. On the application, please express your interest in
the Global Classrooms course as a replacement for "what is the reason for
your travel?" Please mark N/A for  "What are your travel plans?"

About Global Classrooms:
Global Classrooms allow you to gain international experience, virtually, from
wherever you are. These programs, developed in partnership with the Office of
International Affairs, are intentionally designed to facilitate meaningful
connection and collaboration with global experts and partners, going beyond
the typical online class experience as they help you to grow cross-cultural
competencies. Global Classrooms Connections courses can include guest
lectures, virtual tours, dialogues, and mini projects with partners overseas.
Signature courses facilitate project-based collaboration with peers at an
international institution as you work to address global challenges. Learn
more about Global Classrooms:

Event Date: June 28, 2021
Contact Person: Maria Barra
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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