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Boro Biweekly (June 27-July 10, 2016)

Edinboro students travel the world to study abroad

Recognizing the importance of a global education in today's society, EU strives to build cross-cultural connections and to offer students unique opportunities to become active citizens of the world. Ninety-seven students, faculty and staff are traveling around the globe this summer through university-sponsored programs, including five faculty-led trips, plus a delegation to China.

As part of EU's cooperative exchange agreement with Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Dr. Janusz Czejdo of the History, Politics, Languages and Cultures Department led nine participants on a trip to Poland, May 11-22. The students studied Polish art, history and culture in Lublin, Cracow and Warsaw.

Dr. Charlotte Molrine from the Speech, Language and Hearing Department accompanied 20 students to Peru, May 17-26. The group explored ancient Inca sites in Cuzco, Machu Picchu and Ollantaytambo, and completed coursework for Communication Disorders Across Cultures. Click here to view a slideshow of pictures from the trip.

Dr. Karen Lindeman of the Early Childhood and Reading Department led 22 students and community members on a trip to Italy, June 11-17. The group gained first-hand experience of early childhood education in Europe through visits to several elementary schools and also explored Florence, Reggio Emilia and Tuscany.

A fourth group of students traveled to South Africa and Botswana, May 18-June 9, for an exciting EU travel-study opportunity with Dr. Cynthia Rebar of the Biology and Health Services Department. The students completed coursework for Special Topics in Biology: African Conservation Experience. They camped each night, closely observed the local animals and learned about environmental issues from native guides.

Drs. Gary Grant and Tim Thompson will be also be leading a group of 22 students and community members to Scotland, July 31-Aug. 13.

Interested in traveling abroad? Contact the International Student Services Office at (814) 732-2770.

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