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COUNTRIES WHERE RECENT GRADS WORK

  • Jesse Leiter '09 - Hong Kong: Read More

  • Kaitlyn Van Nostrand '09 - Auckland, New Zealand: Read More

  • Aleksey Koval '10 - Kiev, Ukraine: Read More

  • Mike Ellis '10 - Reserva Ecologica Jama-Coaque, Ecuador: Read More

  • Shanelle France '11 - Ha Sekake, Lesotho: Read More

  • Farhang Dadfar '11 - Shanghai, China: Read More



STUDENT BLOGS: STORIES
FROM ABROAD

  • Casey Nicoletti '14 Rome, Italy

    Through her blog, Casey Nicoletti '14 is documenting her new and exciting experiences studying abroad in Italy. From travel and fashion to music, sports and food, Nicoletti, who is living in Rome during the fall semester, sheds light on her experiences in Europe each Monday.

     
  • Aboubacar Okeke '15 in Seoul, South Korea

    In his blog, "Building Beyond Debate," Aboubacar Okeke offers a glimpse of life abroad and explores topics pertaining to development in East Asia. Okeke examines the cultural elements that allow growth in hopes of extending the dialogue of how individuals and governments around the world may work together toward improvement.

     
  • Erica Stuke '15 in Amman, Jordan

    Erica Stuke '15 is spending the duration of the fall semester studying abroad in Amman, Jordan, and blogging about her experiences. A Massachusetts native, Stuke is an economics and international relations double major at HWS with a concentration in political economy and a regional focus in the Middle East.

     
  • Ava Pavao '14 in London, England

    Pavao's blog, "London Theatre Adventures," was originally launched to tell her story about studying abroad and experiencing theatre in the United Kingdom. A fun and witty place for musings, the blog has since developed to include reviews of performances that extend beyond London to countries such as Spain and Ireland.

     


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WORLDS OF EXPERIENCE

Tom D'Agostino

"The Center for Global Education provides students the opportunity to study abroad, gaining insight into other cultures and societies, and contributing to their development as 'global citizens.' Many of our nearly 50 programs are led by faculty members and each experience includes pre-departure and reentry programming, designed to prepare students for academic and cultural opportunities while abroad and to encourage them to reflect upon their experience upon their return. This enhances educational outcomes for students and enables them to enrich our campus and local communities with their insights."

-- Tom D'Agostino, Associate Dean for Global Education





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