Courses of Study
Students Engineering students will focus on building a portable machine that could flatten 100
straws per minute. Business students provide business consulting service to Kinawataka Women Initiatives.
Students earn 3 credits in BSAD 491. Engineering students must work with Professor Bill Dick prior to
departure to be allowed to substitute BSAD 491 for ENGR 490. (Office: W331 NH, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Participants will stay in hotels in Kampala. In-country meals will be arranged and will take place
at a variety of locations, such as Ugandan restaurants. Students will have the opportunity to experience
Ugandan culture through meet-ups and food. In-country transportation will be provided through a local
guide. U.S. citizens will be issued a visa upon arrival at the Entebbe airport.
Any UNL undergraduate student in good academic standing with at least a 2.5 GPA is eligible to apply.
Apply online by November 1, 2015