MMW Serves is a service experience embedded within the Making of the Modern World general education world history program, combining academic preparation with experiential activity. A specially-designed MMW seminar on Mondays, 3-5:50pm in Winter term (fulfilling MMW14 or MMW122 requirements) provides the academic preparation, situating the history and culture of the Navajo Nation and the southwest in a comparative and global context. After completion of the 4-credit MMW course in winter quarter, students travel to the Navajo Reservation in northeastern Arizona, the largest reservation in the United States, for a week of intercultural learning and service over Spring Break. Space is very limited.
Cost: $550.00. Upon acceptance, a Non-Refundable $250.00 deposit is due by Nov. 30.
A second Non-Refundable payment of the remainder will be due by Feb. 1. This covers transportation from UCSD to the Navajo Nation, food, lodging, and activities over Spring Break 2020. Preparation: Participation requires successful completion of a special 4-credit MMW14/122 Seminar on Mondays, 3-6pm in Winter. Pre-Requisites: MMW12 & 13; MMW121 (for transfer students).