Students ready for Ghana

Students participating in Brock's Global Transitions program, as well as John Kaethler, Murray Knuttila and Daniel Antwi-Amoabeng, president of the Graduate Students' Association

Students participated in Brock's Global Transitions program orientation this month. Joining them were (front row, left) Daniel Antwi-Amoabeng, president of the Graduate Students' Association and (front row, right) John Kaethler, director of International Services and Programs Abroad, and Murray Knuttila, Provost and Vice-President Academic (back row, sixth from left).

The first group of students participating in Brock’s Global Transitions program are orientated and ready to go.

International Services and Programs Abroad held a pre-departure orientation this month for the first group of Brock students participating in the program. Six first-year students and one fourth-year student will spend their fall term in Ghana on an experiential learning program.

The students will volunteer during the day and take an Intercultural Studies credit course online in the evening.


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