SFU students visited a research facility in Durban, South Africa as part of an experiential learning course focused on HIV and youth. (Photo credit: Malcolm Steinberg)

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Dispatches from the field:

This summer SFU students are reporting in about their experiences at SFU field schools and experiential learning courses around the world. They’re studying archaeology in Portugal, contemporary art in Berlin, design in Italy, history in Greece, international cybercrime in Scotland…and much more.  

Watch for their reports in our social media channels and in SFU News online.

Health sciences students reflect on life-changing experiential learning

August 29, 2018
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Over the summer, 33 health sciences students participated in experiential learning courses in South Africa and the U.S.

Henrietta Ezegbe travelled to Durban, South Africa and Stefanie Machado travelled to the U.S./Mexico border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego.

Learn more about their summer of experiential learning.

More dispatches:

Students dig up the past at bioarchaeological field school in Portugal

Absorbing culture in iconic Berlin

Hellenic Studies' field school