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CCS300:Asia: Community and Sustainability in Bali
Bali, Indonesia (Carroll Courses Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Areas of Study: Art, Art History, Biological Sciences, Business, Communications, Conservation, Design, Ecology, English, Environmental Science, Film, Graphic Design, History, Humanities, International Business, Literature, Marine Science, Natural Science, Sciences, Writing Program Advisor: Lezlie Weber
Program Type: Faculty-Led Programs Total CCE Cost: 4575.00
Deposit Amount: 250.00
Program Description:
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Community and Sustainability in Bali

How would you like to spend two weeks on a gorgeous tropical island?  We will go snorkeling every day. There will be opportunity to restore a portion of damaged reef in the incredible "coral triangle" of Indonesia. We will visit temples, palaces, waterfalls and national parks. After climbing a live volcano, we will watch the sun rise over the Bali Sea. We will go dolphin sighting with the fisherman. There will be a gamelan orchestra lesson with the village gamelan leader. We will become friends with the village children and adults as they practice their English, and at the same time teach us about their lives and culture.

This will be the trip of a lifetime.  We will be living and working alongside the Balinese in the fishing village of Les in Bali, Indonesia.  The village people will open their homes and hearts to us and we will repay them by helping them to rebuild their reef system.  We will work with them to collect and replant coral and in the evenings, give them a chance to improve their English skills as they develop a new ecotourism infrastructure. We will live with local fishermen, work with salt farmers, have cooking lessons, learn about sustainable fishing, indigenous architecture, and explore the local surroundings.

We will spend twelve nights in the village, while taking a few day trips to explore the island. We will then spend our last two nights in a hotel in Ubud, the cultural center of Bali, and learn about traditional painting, music and dance.
Spring 2018 Course Information:

Instructors:  Kerry Wiedeman
Course Term:  Spring 2018
Course Meeting Times: 6:00-7:45PM, Every other Wednesday during Spring Semester (specific dates to be announced)
Travel dates:  June 6th-20th, 2018 
Estimated cost:  $4500-$4600.00
Is this course right for you? 
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Fall 2017  Course Information: 
Kerry Wiedeman
Course Term:  Fall 2017 
Course Meeting Times: 6:00-7:45PM, Every other Wednesday during Fall Semester (specific dates to be announced)
Travel dates:  January 4th-18th  2018
Estimated cost:  $4575.00  (Will include everything except spending money)

Is this course right for you? 
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At this time the Bali course is running in fall and spring semesters. 

Students requesting accommodations for their CCE should contact The Office for Students with Disabilities at the Walter Young Center by calling 262-524-7335 to set up an appointment with Marty Bledsoe.

Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
This program is currently not accepting applications.