Curious about planning for climate change and disaster resilience? Want to apply your skills to a real-life community? Hoping to learn about different experiences and cultures in a moderate-income country? Like to work in interdisciplinary teams on a hands-on project? Join this seminar + field study course on planning for climate change and disaster resilience in beautiful Caribbean Belize!
Instructor: Elisabeth Hamin , firstname.lastname@example.org 
This course addresses the theory and practice of sustainable urbanism through seminar discussions on theory and best practices of sustainable urbanism including: urban planning policies, energy and waste management, transportation, brownfield regeneration and urban greenspace planning and design. The seminars are followed with a two week study tour to Berlin and Copenhagen to learn, firsthand of how each city addresses sustainable planning through plans, policies and built projects.
Instructor: Jack Ahern , email@example.com 
UPSP  is under the U.S. DOE/FIPSE US Brazil Consortia. It consists of an international partnership between the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass), California State University, Northridge (CSUN), and the Brazilian Federal University of Goiás (UFG) and Federal Uberlândia (UFU). The project offers U.S. students $5,000 stipends to attend planning classes, and to advance Portuguese learning while having firsthand experience of urban planning and sustainability in Brazil.
The UMass/LARP students Dan Samberg, Elena Hadley and Emily Grogan attended UFG/BR and UFU/BRA in spring 2012, and students Sara Hopps and Natalia von Hausen will be attending UFG/BR in spring 2013.
Contact: Mark Hamin , firstname.lastname@example.org 
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The University has many, many international programs. Visit the International Programs Office  to learn more.