Interdisciplinary Honors Seminars

Anti-Apartheid and Civil Rights Movement: King and Mandela Lessons in Leadership Seminar

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Professor Ronald Quincy, School of Social Work
W 09:50A - 12:50P
Brett Hall Seminar Room
College Ave Campus

 


The purpose of this Study Abroad Program is to conduct a series of seminars on social and economic justice while examining the strategic ways in which leaders have sought to institutionalize activism and public dissent. This program is a supportive component of the Anti-Apartheid and Civil Rights Movement: King and Mandela Lessons in Leadership Seminar. Students will transition from a challenging Fall 2017 Honors Seminar that focuses on leadership, conflict resolution, and social justice, and retrace the footsteps of many great leaders in South Africa.

This one-credit honors course is only open to undergraduate students in the Rutgers Honors College and the SAS Honors Program who are registered for the following Fall 2017 honors seminar: 

Honors students participating in the one-credit Study Abroad Winter Session: Social and Economic Justice in South Africa Field Experience in the winter of 2018 will be by applying to the program through Study Abroad. All applications will be reviewed by Prof. Quincy. Those students that are selected will be provided with a special permission number to register for the both the fall honors seminar and the winter field experience. The on-the-ground fees for this program are estimated at $2490.

Field trip Dates:  December 28, 2017 – January 12, 2018  

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RONALD QUINCY, Dr. Quincy’s areas of professional practice include nonprofit sector leadership and governance; fundraising, institutional branding and grantsmanship; organizational strategy; human capital, performance and executive coaching; international civil society organizations and international affairs.