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GLOBAL EDUCATION NEWS

Model African Union

Model African Union Group 1Representing delegations from Botswana and Mozambique, 12 students from the HWS chapter of the Model African Union participated in simulated proceedings during the 2019 Model African Union Conference at Howard…
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Dakar Up Close

Ballo (DU)International relations major Djeneba Ballo ’20 is studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal and chronicling her experiences on her blog “Impact Up Close.” As an American with West African heritage, Ballo…
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Ahmed ’20 Honored as Newman Civic Fellow 

Ahmed Hamdan-0002Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has named Hamdan Ahmed ’20 as one of only 262 students who make up the…
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Salita ’19 Photographs Life in Hong Kong

Jonah Salita ‘19 walks along a dividing wall in downtown Hong Kong where he is studying abroad.With support from a Student International Initiative Fund (SIIF) grant awarded by the Center for Global Education (CGE), Jonah Salita ’19 channeled his passion for photography and visual storytelling into…
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Magee to Lead Summer Program in Mongolia

Field school flyer_print-friendly.pdfThis summer, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Darrin Magee will be teaching an interdisciplinary field school in Mongolia in partnership with the American Center for Mongolian Studies. During the three-week…
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Contact

Center for Global Education
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
300 Pulteney Street
Geneva, NY 14456
Phone: (315) 781-3307
Fax: (315) 781-3023

UPCOMING EVENTS

SPRING 2019

  • Financial Aid/Scholarships for study abroad Workshop: Jan. 25, 5-6 p.m., Trinity 305
    Need help funding your study abroad experience? This informative workshop will guide you in the process of finding and applying to scholarship and funding opportunities.
  • GIS (Study Abroad General Information Session): Jan. 30, 7:30 p.m., Vandervort Room
    Come learn about Spring 2020 study abroad opportunities. A general information session will be followed by individual small group Q&A meetings.
  • Travel Photography Workshop: Feb. 13, 6-7 p.m., Trinity 305
    Do you want to learn some basic techniques for taking photos that you will be proud to show friends, families and possibly prospective employers about what you have learned and done abroad? Come to this workshop led by Kevin Colton, HWS professional staff photographer and Paul Ciaccia, Senior Editor of Multimedia, Photography and Videography and learn the fundamentals of travel photography techniques.
  • Global Career Panel: Feb. 26, 7-8 p.m., Trinity 305
    Are you looking for ways to incorporate the international experience into your personal, professional and academic lives. This panel is a great opportunity to receive information on various possibilities: Peace Corps, International Fellowships, Teaching Abroad, Grad School Abroad, and Marketing your International Experience.
  • Application Deadline for Spring 2020 programs: Friday, Mar. 1, before 11:59 p.m.
  • Decision notification: Before semester registration closes, through students' online study abroad account.
  • CGE Photo Contest Event: Apr. 3, 7-9 p.m., Vandervort Room
    We know you miss being abroad, so why not reminisce on the good times through incredible photos?! Features of the event: Unveiling of winners, some nice prizes, student performances & food!
  • Fall 2019 accepted study abroad students scholarship meeting: TBD


ABOUT CGE

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Your undergraduate journey begins in Geneva, but your HWS experience can take you across the globe.

60% of Hobart and William Smith students participate in off-campus study before they graduate. Whether it is interning with an organization in Vietnam, studying Spanish and living with a host family in Spain, or conducting fieldwork on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, such experiences complement and enhance the on-campus academic program.

Given our global focus, the HWS curriculum has been designed to encourage off-campus study. The Colleges maintain a robust menu of programs, offering a wide array of options in different academic disciplines around the world. Admission to these programs is competitive. Students should consult the CGE website for further details on each program, including eligibility requirements, course offerings, accommodations, excursions, and costs, as well as for information on the application process and funding opportunities.

Preparing Students to Lead Lives of Consequence.