Exploring Women and Leadership in Iceland
May 16-23, 2019
Lead by faculty in the Neag School of Education (Drs. Grenier & Weiner) and using Iceland as a backdrop, Exploring Women and Leadership will engage learners in small class meetings, day trips in Reykjavik and outside the city, and talks from prominent women in Iceland to explore themes such as gender and sexuality, economics and the workforce, politics and government, family and motherhood, and education.
Designed for graduate students and upper level undergraduates (with permission) with an interest in leadership, education, sociology, critical theory, or gender studies, the 3 credit course is an opportunity to expand learners’ thinking about what is possible regarding gender equity in leadership and what potential levers to pull to enhance it in other contexts.
How to Apply
Please read all information on the program’s website, then meet with your Education Abroad Advisor to discuss what questions you may have and learn more about the application process. You may find your advisor by using the Education Abroad Our Team page.
Applications are due by February 28, 2019. Decisions will be made by March 7, 2019.
For more information, contact: Jennie Weiner at email@example.com