The hosting school for SASA 2014 has a summer project in Maharashtra for undergraduates. Students can receive academic credit in several different disciplines while doing community service work in Westminster’s adopted village. Programs of this sort can be an invaluable life experience for students and a powerful boost to South Asian Studies programs at the home institution. We are looking for panelists who can discuss the various pros and cons of such programs and share their knowledge of how to best manage such programs. Please contact William Vanderbok (email@example.com) if you are interested in participating.
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