AboutDesigned by and for students, alumni, staff, and faculty, Wooster’s Global SE program promotes global citizenship and social entrepreneurship. It provides a transformative learning experience for students, faculty, staff and client organizations alike.
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By Heather Lockhart-Neff One of experiences I had with Global SE was four days in a rural, rocky area of Kolar, India, about two hours outside of Bangalore. From Thursday until Sunday, I participated in a camp with 32 young … Continue reading
There are two components to the Indian field experience, an academic component and an experiential learning component which occurs mostly with our partner organizations. We bridge these two components with reflection, writing, and praxis. The academic component covers two themes: … Continue reading
By Joshua Fields Editors note: This reflection was orginally written in July 6th 2012. I recently went on field visit to two schools, which are run by Hippocampus, the organization that I am working for. We went to get a deeper understanding of the … Continue reading
As anyone who is travelled to India knows, this is a country of contrasts – of spectacular riches and spectacular poverty. This is the country that has built the Taj Mahal, the Mysore Palace, and some of the most luxurious … Continue reading
Today I went to see “Buttter and Mashed Banana”, a critically acclaimed satire play about freedom of speech and clashing ideologies in Indian politics. From 1998-2004 India was led by a right-of-center Hindu Nationalist Party called the BJP, which subsequently … Continue reading