Explore issues of ethnicity, culture, gender and social/economic class. Participate in a two-day conference with communication students and faculty from the University of Wroclaw. Experience a trip to Auschwitz, as well as museum tours including the National Museum, the Architectural Museum, and the Panorama.
Students who participate on this program enroll in the “Intercultural Communication” course for 3 credit hours.
Undergraduate students will enroll in: COMM-C 482
Graduate students will enroll in: COMM-C 582
For students who are Communication Studies majors, this course will fulfill a major requirement.
Wroclaw is Poland’s fourth-largest city and is a major cultural and educational center.
As many as 10 Nobel Prize winners were from Wroclaw.
There are around 50 dwarf statues dotted around the town, each representing a different aspect of Polish life and culture.
This program is administered by the Department of Communication Studies at IUPUI on the Indianapolis campus.
Applications for the program usually open in November and are due in early February.