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Study Abroad Photos

See photos of our students pushing boundaries across the globe!

  • Alicia Wilson
    Student: Alicia Wilson, BS 2017 Location: Italy "Studying abroad was an extremely eye-opening experience. You get the chance to live and be apart of another culture. In doing so you learn more about your own culture and gain a respect for new ideas and perspectives. My month in Italy was a whirlwind that was full of knowledge, adventure, friends and lots of gelato!"
  • Alicia Wilson
    Student: Alicia Wilson, BS 2017 Location: Italy "Studying abroad was an extremely eye-opening experience. You get the chance to live and be apart of another culture. In doing so you learn more about your own culture and gain a respect for new ideas and perspectives. My month in Italy was a whirlwind that was full of knowledge, adventure, friends and lots of gelato!"
  • Alicia Wilson
    Student: Alicia Wilson, BS 2017 Location: Italy "Studying abroad was an extremely eye-opening experience. You get the chance to live and be apart of another culture. In doing so you learn more about your own culture and gain a respect for new ideas and perspectives. My month in Italy was a whirlwind that was full of knowledge, adventure, friends and lots of gelato!"
  • Zoua Thao
    Student: Zoua Thao, BS 2015 Location: Korea "Studying abroad was one of the greatest experiences I’ve had in life. Along with developing lasting relationships, I experienced a lot of things for the first time that has positively affected my life. Although I enjoyed all the traveling and sightseeing, I especially loved communicating with the Korean people. It was awkward at first because I was very self-conscious about using the right words and sentence structure, as well as how my tone sounded and how my behavior was affecting them. But they were all very nice and helped me correct my mistakes, making it more comfortable for me to speak Korean as time passed by. Many Korean people want to improve their English as well, so sometimes I would get someone who wanted to talk in English with me instead; it was like a language trade-off at times. Over the 2½ months that I was staying abroad, my Korean language skills improved immensely. When I returned, I also noticed that I picked up on some habits from living in Korea, such as quietly speaking in public places, setting my spoon and fork on the table when I’m not using them, and sharing my food when I’m eating out with family and friends. Although I thoroughly enjoy learning new languages, immersing myself into the culture has showed me a whole new side to the activity."
  • Randy Jacoway
    Student: Randy Jacoway, BS 2015 Location: Bonaire
  • Randy Jacoway
    Student: Randy Jacoway, BS 2015 Location: Bonaire
  • Randy Jacoway
    Student: Randy Jacoway, BS 2015 Location: Bonaire
  • Randy Jacoway
    Student: Randy Jacoway, BS 2015 Location: Bonaire
  • Alicia Wilson
  • Alicia Wilson
  • Alicia Wilson
  • Zoua Thao
  • Randy Jacoway
  • Randy Jacoway
  • Randy Jacoway
  • Randy Jacoway