Monday, March 13, 2017

PA 5451 Professional expertise in immigration is needed now, more than ever

If you know of students with an interest in working with immigrants and refugees in education, policy, health or social services, they may be interested in taking my online class, PA 5451, "Immigration, Health and Public Policy" in the fall.

We address issues and policies relevant to immigrants and refugees in the United States, and the roles of professionals in public policy, health, social work and other professions in crafting policies to meet the needs of these populations. I define health broadly to include issues of poverty, discrimination and the special needs of women and children, as well as more specific issues of health and access to care.

PA 5451 is offered spring and fall semesters for 3 or 4 credits (without a final projectr/with a final project)

A flyer is https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B99ebkG0WZZQOW1HTUtHNmc5ZEt1Q01YbkJFcWllN0lPa05B/view?usp=sharing

Katherine Fennelly, Ph.D.
Professor Emerita
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
University of Minnesota
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