2015 Navajo Cultural Immersion

Ashland University (AU) nursing students and faculty traveled to Window Rock, Arizona, as part of the Navajo Cultural Immersion course, HS 380. Faculty members Sharon See and Nancy Thorne led the students on this cultural journey.

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The Navajo Cultural Immersion course, HS 380, is offered every spring semester.  During pre-immersion, students study the Navajo culture and traditional healing practices.  In May, students travel to the Navajo Reservation for a week long immersion. 

For more information about this exciting opportunity please contact Sharon See at ssee@ashland.edu. There will be information sessions early in the fall semester for interested students. It is offered as a 3 Credit hour Border Crossing or Course with Study Away.

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