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Studying Abroad Through IU Southeast

Studying Abroad Through IU Southeast

Tony Pacheco and Jewell Conner

December 4, 2016


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Touring the streets of Paris. Climbing to the top of Notre Dame. Riding a camel in the desert. Swimming in the Dead Sea. IU Southeast offers study abroad programs that allow students to study around the world. Omar Attum, associate professor of biology, Valerie Scott, senior lecturer in psychology and...

Psychology Club Hosts Study Abroad Event

Psychology Club Hosts Study Abroad Event

Jewell Conner, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2016


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IU Southeast has a program that gives students the chance of a lifetime. The only issue is, not a lot of students know about it. The “Study Abroad” program allows students who are in good academic standing to participate. There are also scholarships that can be applied toward the cost. Th...

Field Biology program holds event celebrating its 20th year of overseas study

Field Biology program holds event celebrating its 20th year of overseas study

Tony Pacheco, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2016


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The IUS Field Biology program is celebrating 20 years of travel to more than 20 countries. On Saturday, March 5, the program celebrated its 20th year of overseas study with an event called 20 Countries in 20 Years from 7 to 10 p.m. in University Center North, room 127. Students, alumni, faculty and staff at...

Students learn how to prepare for studying abroad

Students learn how to prepare for studying abroad

Tony Pacheco, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2016


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Planning a study-abroad trip involves several steps, but an IUS senior and an IUS alumna recently showed students how to make the process easier. Dale Brown, geosciences senior, and Katherine Clark, accountant at Harding, Shymanski & Company, P.S.C., gave international trip planning, safety and...

Students present handmade gifts to administration, faculty from their summer trip to Samoa

Allison Nail, Staff

September 24, 2014


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Two IU Southeast students, Cassandra Guernsey, geoscience senior and Rachel Mulvey, fine arts senior spent, 30 days of their summer vacation in Samoa on a trip led by Anne Allen, professor of fine arts. Though Allen has traveled to Samoa several times, she said this was her first time taking students. The...

Campus sells awareness from worlds apart

IUS Horizon

October 14, 2012


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The IUS community traveled abroad and experienced international lifestyles by visiting the Hoosier Room during the annual Wares of the World event. Hosted by the International Program, the event took place on Oct. 10 and 11 and featured an array of fair trade items from across the world, including jew...

Students study socialist structure

IUS Horizon

August 26, 2012


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One small, post-communist island south of the border has permanently altered many study abroad students’ perspectives this past summer. Cuba in Transition, a program offered for class credit, took 20 students from IU Southeast and Spring Hill College, along with three faculty members, on a three-week venture t...

Cuba summer course seeks study abroad students

IUS Horizon

October 2, 2011


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A new course — Cuba in Transition: A Study Abroad Program — will be taught and led by Cliff Staten, professor of political science and international studies, during summer session 1 in 2012. The class is a six-week course from June 1 to 18, 2012 —three weeks in the classroom and three weeks...