Sep 10, 2014
Next year at this time a group of students from ACM colleges, accompanied by a faculty member, will arrive in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the world to inaugurate ACM's newest off-campus study program – Shanghai: Perspectives on Contemporary China.
They will be living and studying in a city that is at the center of China's remarkable economic growth and rising international influence, as well as its rapid urbanization and social challenges related to the environment, public health, and quality of life.
The Shanghai Program is designed to be accessible to students with interests in a wide range of disciplines – such as anthropology, economics, environmental studies, geography, politics and international relations, sociology and urban studies, and the arts – who want to explore those interests within the context of China. Read more
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