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Taurine (3g)- Taurine is the second most abundant amino acid in the body. It is mostly present in striated type 2 muscle fibers. Taurine supplementation aids in controlled movement of water in and out of the muscle which promotes proper hydration and fluid levels. During training, taurine levels drop and force output decreases, specifically in fast twitch muscle fibers. Supplementing with taurine allows for the muscle to maintain proper taurine levels, which increases muscular endurance.

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Branch Chain Amino Acids (8g)- Leucine is typically referred to as the main branch chain amino acid or the "anabolic trigger". It has been shown to activate a protein called mTOR, which induces skeletal muscle protein synthesis. Supplementing with leucine promotes increased lean muscle mass and suggests reduced muscle damage after intense training. Isoleucine and valine are the other two branch chain amino acids. They are able to activate mTOR, but not to the extent that leucine can. Supplementing with all three BCAA's induces skeletal muscle protein synthesis.

Branch Chain Amino Acids (8g)-

As a dietary supplement, mix 1 serving (1 scoop) of Intra-Flight amino acid powder in 20-25 oz. of water and consume before, during or after training.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Migration and Transnational Identity

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Learn about migration through discussions with asylum seekers, Syrian refugees, Moroccan immigrants in Europe, and the communities impacted by migration.

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Live and study in Rabat’s centuries-old medina.

The program is hosted by the Center for Cross Cultural Learning, housed in a beautiful, nineteenth-century Moorish in Rabat’s sixteenth-century medina, founded by Moorish refugees fleeing Spain after the fall of Granada. The center is near the twelfth-century Kasbah Oudayas and the Ville Nouvelle, established by the French colonial administration at the beginning of the twentieth century. Your immersion in Moroccan culture is greatly facilitated through a eight to twelve-week homestay with a working- or middle-class Moroccan family.

Travel to the Netherlands to see the impact of migration on a host country.

You’ll spend eight days in the Netherlands. Here, you’ll visit Moroccan immigrant neighborhoods and Dutch Parliament. You’ll meet with elected officials, Dutch students, NGO activists, and Moroccan immigrants to gain an understanding of migration issues from a variety of perspectives.

Earn six credits of Arabic.

Based on in-country evaluations, you will be placed in beginning, intermediate, or advanced classes and receive 90 hours of intensive instruction in Modern Standard Arabic, focusing on developing your reading, writing, listening, grammar, vocabulary, and conversation skills so you can participate in everyday communication. You will practice your language skills in homestays, on excursions, and during daily interactions with Moroccans. You will also receive 15 hours of instruction in Moroccan dialect.

Travel to Morocco’sHigh Atlas Mountains.

Discover the culture and pre-Islamic myths and rituals of Morocco’s indigenous Amazigh population in the High Atlas Mountains. Visit Moroccan communities affected by emigration to Europe in the 1990s and the current return migration following Europe’s economic crisis.

Meet regularly with Moroccan students to discuss the issues you’re studying.

You will have regular discussions, in and out of the classroom, with Moroccan university students at Mohammed V University in Rabat. Topics for discussion may include youth and migration, gender issues, religion, human rights, and the influence of Europe. You will also have the opportunity to attend lectures at Mohammed V University with your Moroccan peers, and Moroccan students are invited to attend select lectures and field visits organized by SIT.

Choose between an Independent Study Project and an internship.

Hear the experiences of sub-Saharan asylum seekers and Syrian refugees.

Critical Global Issue of Study

Migration | Identity | Resilience

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Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites; however, students with a background in French will find ample opportunity for French language practice while also learning Arabic. Students with a background in Spanish will also have the opportunity to practice their Spanish language skills in northern Morocco.

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Et-Tibari Bouasla, PhD, Academic Director

Et-Tibari holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Anglia’s School of Development Studies and a doctorate in anthropology from Paris-Sorbonne University. He has undertaken extensive field research in migration and local development, identity and integration of Moroccan immigrants in Europe, rural development and household income, and socioeconomic integration of youth. He has worked as an expert on migration with the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies, contributed to the development of Morocco’s National Strategy on Migration and Asylum, and served as a youth expert in a midterm evaluation project for a USAID-funded program for marginalized youth in northern Morocco. He coordinated a five-year academic program for training social development workers and facilitated the internships of trainees in various public social institutions and civil society entities, which allowed him to develop an impressive network of Moroccan NGOs involved in local development projects, migration, and social development. He has taught sociology and anthropology at University Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco and abroad and was a member of the scientific committee of the International Review of Sociology (1991–2004). Over the last five years, he has been a regular lecturer and ISP advisor on SIT’s migration program in Rabat.

Abdelhay Moudden, PhD, Senior Advisor

Abdelhay earned his PhD in political science from the University of Michigan and has been professor of political science and international relations at Mohamed V University since 1978. He was academic director of SIT’s Multiculturalism and Human Rights program in Morocco from 1992 to 2013. In 1995, he founded the Center for Cross Cultural Learning and is its academic director. In 2013, he became senior advisor to SIT programs in Morocco. Abdelhay is a member of the Consultative Council on Human Rights and was a member of the Moroccan Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2004–2005). He has published articles on Moroccan politics and culture and two novels, the latest of which, , won the 2004 Morocco book award.

Doha Lmachichi, Homestay Director

Doha holds a BA in Arabic language and literature from Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco. She has taught Modern Standard Arabic and the Darija dialect at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning since 1997. She is the homestay coordinator for all the programs at the center. Doha was raised in Rabat’s medina, where most of the program’s host families are located; she knows every family with which the program works. She has coordinated SIT homestays for around a decade. She studies the profile of students and families before making assignments and remains a resource throughout the semester on homestay issues.

Bouchra Sahimda, Language Director

Bouchra received a BA in international relations from Mohammed V University’s Faculty of Law and brings years of language teaching experience to the classroom. She joined the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in 2003 as an Arabic instructor and became language coordinator in 2005. She supervises the Moroccan Arabic language placement test, meets regularly with language instructors and teaches when needed, and oversees the Moroccan Arabic program. She also supervises the training programs that are offered to new teachers on how to teach language to non-native speakers and is a certified ACTFL OPI tester from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

Badrdine Boulaid, MA, Program Assistant

Badrdine has a BA in English studies with a major in linguistics and translation from the University Ibn Tofail in Kenitra and an MA in cross-cultural studies from Mohammed V University in Rabat. He joined the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in 2005 to teach Modern Standard Arabic and the Darija dialect. He has filled many roles, including director, with other SIT programs. Since 2007, Badrdine has trained staff members in cross-cultural education and teaching Arabic. He has rich experience and knowledge in intercultural learning, gender dynamics, leadership, and cross-cultural dialogue.

Key lecturers for this program include:

Ahmed Abadi, PhD

Ahmed is a professor of theology and comparative religions and general secretary of the Mohamedan League of Ulemas (Muslim Scholars). He is an expert in Sufi philosophy and thought and has organized and participated in international conferences and roundtable discussions on interfaith issues and cross-cultural dialogue.

Youssouf Amine Elalamy, PhD

Youssouf is a professor of media studies at Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, and a novelist and artist. He is the author of and (published by Lexington Books) and of a transnational book project: ().

Khadija Elmadmad, PhD

Khadija is an attorney with the Rabat Bar Association of Law and holder of the UNESCO Chair in Migration and Human Rights at the University Hassan II in Casablanca. She is president of the Casablanca Center on Migration and Humanitarian Laws; legal coordinator for Morocco of the Euro-Mediterranean Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration in Florence, Italy; a member of the scientific board of the Africa Governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project; and UNESCO chair on women’s rights. She is a consultant for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UNESCO, the International Labor Organization, the International Organization for Migration, and the Moroccan Red Crescent. Her books include () and ().

Driss Maghraoui, PhD

Driss is a professor of history and international relations at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane and teaches North African immigration in Europe, modern imperialism and its culture, history of the Arab world, and history and memory in twentieth-century Europe. He has been a visiting professor at Yale and the University of California, Santa Cruz. His most recent publications include “Secularism in Morocco: A Stagnant Word in Motion,” “Northern Africa: Historical Links with Sub-Saharan Africa,” “Perceptions of External Pressure to Democratization: The Moroccan Case,” and “The ‘Grande Guerre Sainte’: Moroccan Colonial Troops and Workers in the First World War.”

Fouad Laroui, PhD

An engineer, Fouad studied at the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris. After working for a phosphate mining company in Morocco, he lived in England, then Amsterdam, where he teaches econometrics and environmental science. He has written novels, short stories, and essays. He often critiques Morocco, particularly its corruption and bureaucracy. He was born in Oujda in 1958. His father disappeared when he was eleven, presumably arrested by the Moroccan authorities, and was never seen again.

Nadia Bourass, PhD

Nadia holds a PhD in history and specializes in gender and Moroccan immigration and transnationalism in the Netherlands. She is a member of the governing bodies of the Euro-Mediterranean Migration and Development Centre and Gresen Links Amsterdam (Green Left Party).

Excursions

Please note that in order to take advantage of dynamic learning opportunities, program excursions may occasionally vary.

On an eight-day excursion to Amsterdam, you will consider the growing presence of Moroccans in Europe, particularly the Netherlands, and examine the impact of migration on the host country. You will be immersed in many of the central debates surrounding the growing Muslim presence in Europe, including the varied reactions of Dutch politics and the rise of anti-immigrant/anti-Muslim parties, “success stories” of Muslim migrants and issues surrounding “integration,” and ideological constructions of Muslim identity.

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