With each passing day, international sites and museums are closing and activities are being canceled, making it increasingly difficult to deliver the intended programs. Based on guidance from the CDC and in an abundance of caution, we are suspending all university-affiliated student programs and travel in international locations for the Spring 2020 semester. This includes:
- All programs offered through Learning Abroad and the Office for Global Engagement
- All international travel programs offered through Eccles Global and the David Eccles School of Business
- All global internships offered through the Hinckley Institute
- All programs offered through, managed, and/or coordinated by all other university colleges and departments
- All Go Learn programs offered by Continuing Education & Community Engagement
- All Alternative Spring Break programs and ASUU activities, both in the United States and internationally
- All independent or individual registered student travel to international locations for university activities (internships, service-learning opportunities, international research, etc.)
University of Utah main campus students studying at the Utah Asia Campus for Spring 2020 should note the specific instructions related to UAC activities, outlined below.
We recognize this may create hardships for some, and we are working to provide appropriate accommodations. Students who are currently abroad and have concerns about their program and travel should work directly with their on-site and university study abroad coordinators. For students whose study abroad credit may be necessary for spring graduation, study abroad coordinators, international program directors, and program staff across campus will be working with students to help them understand options available and make alternate arrangements regarding the necessary credits.
The Thailand International Elective (TIE) is available as one of your two APPE Electives. The College of Pharmacy coordinates with the Learning Abroad Program via the Office for Global Engagement to make this unique experience available to our students.
|Instructor||Dr. Hannah Raber|