International Education Week, Nov. 18-22, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.
Annual trips bring assistive technology to needy in Brazil
Engineering student Chris Lorenzen uses "the nerdy stuff we do" for people in need.
Eligible students can now apply their full financial aid package to participate in exchange programs. Students can take up to $4,000 on all other semester programs.
Bria says studying abroad in Ireland made her a more confident and independent person.
Studying abroad in Greece helped Jessica become a more independent thinker.
Katelyn took in the ancient sites and modern sounds of Greece this winter while earning credit for her Theology minor.
While in Ecuador, Brenda Ferguson, an MSLP student, gained a new perspective on speech therapy concepts in a multicultural environment.
Mary's advice to students thinking about studying abroad: "Do it! Go outside of your comfort zone. And when you do, totally immerse yourself. Live the life of those around you."
Emilee encourages other students to study abroad because it is a life-changing experience.