Contemporary Cambodia: Labor, Development and Society
Studying Cambodian culture and how dynamic changes in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap connect to history, policies and labor politics
Contemporary Cambodia: Labor, Development and Society is a program that offers students the opportunity to study Cambodian culture, as well as how the dynamic changes in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap connect to their history, policies and labor politics. Additionally, students engage with Cambodian locals through guest lectures and group discussions. The program also includes multiple excursions throughout Phnom Penh and Siem Reap to better engage students with the local communities, culture and customs.
Topics: Culture, Language and History; Law, Government and Policy
- Alexis Oh, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
- Catherine St. Hilaire, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
- Anuush Vejalla, College of Arts and Sciences
Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants
Temporarily paused: Funding students who are spending winter, spring or summer break participating in community-engaged learning or community-based research activities.