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Who are the Blocker Fellows and what are they up to?

Study abroad in Germany is unique because there are multiple sites, both at universities and private programs, both in cosmopolitan cities and more intimate towns. There are different lengths of programs: summer, semester-long, or year-long. You could end up in:

the medieval old town center of Bremen
Travis Crocker

Travis Crocker

Bremen, University of Bremen, Fall-Spring 2014-15
http://travisatbremen.blogspot.com/

 
the burgeoning east German cultural center of Leipzig
James Hull

James Hull

Leipzig, University of Leipzig, Spring 2015
http://ny2leipzig.blogspot.de/

 
the fairytale-like river promenade of Tübingen
Ingrid Dehler-Seter

Ingrid Dehler-Seter

Tubingen, University of Tubingen, Fall-Spring 2014-15
https://ingridintuebingen.wordpress.com/

 
Mallory Macanich

Mallory Macanich

Tubingen, University of Tubingen, Fall-Spring 2014-15
https://tuebingentime.wordpress.com/

 
the Black Forest trails of Freiburg
 
Kei Hyska

Kei Hyska

Freiburg, IES European Union, Spring 2016
https://reisenmitkei.wordpress.com/

 
Allison Koch

Allison Koch

Freiburg, IES Environmental Studies & Sustainability, Spring 2016
https://deutschlanddigs.wordpress.com/

 
or even the modern and multicultural, hip capital city of Berlin.
Stephanie Aliquo

Stephanie Aliquo

Berlin, IES Metropolitan Studies, Spring 2015
https://stephaniealiquo.wordpress.com/

 

 

More Info

How do I become a Blocker Fellow?

For more detailed information about our program offering, feel free to:

  1. Reach out to German Area Studies faculty
  2. Visit the Julius G. Blocker '53 Endowed Fund website
  3. Visit the Center for Global Education
  4. Keep an eye out for Blocker cultural events throughout the year to learn more from Blocker Fellows!
 

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