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Burch Field Research Seminars

Burch Field Research Seminars combine faculty scholarship and undergraduate teaching to produce unique hands-on learning experiences in changing locations stateside and around the globe.

All Burch Field Research Seminars are open to UNC undergraduates (with sophomore status or greater) and a 3.0 GPA.

Spring 2014

Burch Seminar in Washington, DC:
Domestic and International Affairs Internship Program

Application Deadline

September 19, 2013

Faculty Director

Professor Dan Gitterman, Department of Public Policy

Courses

  • Seminar on Domestic and International Affairs (6 credits)
  • Internship (6 credits)

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Summer 2014

Burch Science Seminar in London, UK
The History of Infectious Diseases in Science and Literature

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Application Deadline

February 13, 2014

Faculty Director

Professor Ann Matthysse, Department of Biology

Courses

  • Discoveries in Prevention and Cure of Infectious Disease in LondonĀ (3 credits)
  • London in Literature: Disease and ScienceĀ (3 credits)

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Spring 2015

Burch Seminar in Washington, DC:
Domestic and International Affairs Internship Program

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Application Deadline

mid September, 2014

Faculty Director

Professor Dan Gitterman, Department of Public Policy

Courses

  • Seminar on Domestic and International Affairs (6 credits)
  • Internship (6 credits)
Summer 2015

Burch Seminar in Vienna, Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo

The Role of International Organizations in Conflict Resolution and Democracy Building in the Balkans

Application Deadline

mid February 2015

Faculty Director

Professor Bob Jenkins, Department of Political Science

Courses

  • Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia (3 credits)
  • Research in European and International Security (3 credits)

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Burch Seminar in Rwanda and The Hague

Human Rights and International Law

Application Deadline

mid February 2015

Faculty Director

Professor Tom Kelley, School of Law

Courses

  • Genocide, Human Rights, and International Criminal Law (3 credits)
  • Law and Society in Rwanda (3 credits)