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  • Locations: Chongqing, China
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Budget Sheets: Summer
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
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Program Description:
Evolution and the Human Condition at Chongqing University of Education
chongqing landscape

Program Dates for Summer 2020 
Departure Date: May 17th 
Official Arrival Date: May 18th 
Official Departure Date: May 30th

Program Description
This program is designed to bring New Paltz students to study evolution alongside students at the Chongqing University of Education.
This course focuses on the evolution and the human condition. Two broad themes that emerge in this class address (a) human diversity (who vary from one another) along with (b) human universality (how we are all the same).

To learn more about the program, please feel free to take a look at the Evolution and the Human Experience in Chongqing.pdf.

Program Costs
Program Budget Sheet

Students will be housed in a hotel in Chongqing for the duration of the two-week program. Students will share rooms generally doubles. Students wanting a single room will have to pay an additional supplement.

Faculty Leader
Glenn Geher, professor of psychology at SUNY New Paltz

Visas and Immigration
Visa requirements frequently change and you are ultimately responsible for correctly completing immigration requirements.  Please do not apply for a visa or purchase airplane tickets until you have received information and support documentation from the SUNY New Paltz Center for International Programs office.

US Citizens: A visa is required. Please visit the following link for more information on how to apply for the Chinese Visa. Please note your visa type will be X2-Visa.

Additional Visa Information

Non-US Citizens: Please refer to the Consulate for visa requirements   
Have Questions?

Contact SUNY New Paltz Study Abroad Advisor Bianca Sylvain