On this journey of discovery to Bangalore, India, we'll learn about solutions to societal and environmental challenges (e.g. water, energy, waste, health, agriculture) through the eyes of entrepreneurs, local leaders, and communities. This May-term course is open to undergrad and grad students from all majors. The program is organized by Acara, the grand challenge innovation program at the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment.
This graduate-level program offers students the opportunity to study with expert practitioners in India and examine the claim that systematic practice of ancient healing traditions promotes optimal health.
Yoga and Ayurveda are interrelated, ancient, holistic Indian traditions that integrate ethics, spirituality, and healing. Using critical thinking, students will investigate scientific evidence for Yoga and Ayurveda and propose additional research needed. This program is administered by Center for Spirituality & Healing. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.