Earn 8 upper-level credits (4 in PSYC and 4 in ANTH). The 7-week field school (late May – early July) consists of language and culture training, directed research, cultural events, and overnight trips to upcountry villages.
One of the poorest countries in the world. Ninety five percent are Muslim. Peaceful and non-violent, Gambians model tolerance and acceptance. Spend your next summer living, learning,
and growing in The Gambia. Past students have described it as a life changing experience.
“Going to The Gambia taught me many things, but the most important thing I learned was what it means to be a person of service. From watching doctors in the emergency room to learning the importance of greetings to sharing a meal with Gambians, I learned that service to others doesn’t mean you have to change the world every day. It means giving what you can, whether that be time, rice, or a friendly greeting”. – Erin Harvey ’15
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