The trip is part of the UM-Flint International and Global Studies (IGS) study abroad course: Rethinking Social Development in Southern Africa.
The University of Michigan-Flint’s English Department has added a TESOL Certificate to its offerings. This 15-credit certificate for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages will allow students to qualify for teaching English in many countries, often without the requirement of additional teaching credentials.
New research being done by UM-Flint professor Emily Feuerherm looks to create recommendations for how to make Flint a better, more hospitable place for immigrants.
The UM-Flint team departs for Cambodia May 22 and returns June 5. Nine nursing students and one pre-med student are going this year.