InterAction Nepal | Design, Development, Global Health | Spring | 2020
InterAction Nepal is an immersive, interdisciplinary study abroad program offered with the support of the UW Department of Landscape Architecture, the JSIS South Asia Center Nepal Studies Initiative and the Department of Global Health. The program will challenge you to delve into contemporary issues surrounding urban development in the Kathmandu Valley and respond to them at a local scale through community-based participatory design, project implementation and assessment. You will work with Nepali students and residents of an underserved community to design and build a small-scale project and evaluate its impacts on human and environmental health. You will also have the opportunity to pursue your own design or research interests through independent study. Program activities include lectures and discussions, language instruction, field trips within and outside the Kathmandu Valley, community workshops and hands-on design/fabrication/construction.
- WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23RD @ 12:30pm - Gould Hall 442
- THURSDAY OCT. 31ST @ 12:30pm - Thomson Hall 317
- FRIDAY NOV. 8TH @ 12:30pm - Harris Hydraulics Small Conf. Rm
- THURSDAY NOV. 14th - Study Abroad Fair@10am-2pm - HUB BALLROOM
Program Brochure / Applications:
Please visit the UW Study Abroad application portal here.
Applications Due: November 15th
Applications submitted by November 15th will be given preferred consideration.
Applications submitted after November 15th will be considered on a rolling basis, if space is still available.