WASAPWest Africa Spatial Analysis Prototype (database)
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The WASAP interdisciplinary program is structured for the completion of a minimum of two courses and a maximum of three.
This recommendation was of utmost importance in planning the WASAP. As a result, the program collaborates with four institutions of higher education, a junior-secondary school, and a senior-secondary school in various cities in Ghana to provide an academically sound experience.
Students in the WASAP are required to keep a daily journal of their reactions to the lectures and presentations, tours (cultural, educational, and historical), and service learning activities.
In the WASAP, scholars in the field for a specific discipline are asked to give lectures and presentations.
Faculty in the WASAP from UGA also participates in lectures and presentations with American and Ghanaian faculty and students.
In the WASAP, a number of major service learning projects are undertaken.
The WASAP as a result has incorporated an annual service learning project at this children home.
The WASAP contributes to UGA's globalization mission.
The WASAP provides an anchor for faculty and students to begin bridging knowledge and cultural gaps, and expand teaching, research, and service opportunities.
In the WASAP interdisciplinary program, students from content areas focus attention on different facets of the same issues while maintaining the common goal of learning about Ghana.
The WASAP takes learning from the host departments at UGA to Ghanaians universities; this enhances teaching and research opportunities for faculty.
While there is interest in the WASAP at UGA as evident by the number of inquires made by students, challenges exist.