Is study abroad in your future? Want to get an idea of who we are and what we have to offer? Stop by the Study Abroad Fair! Thursday, February 5th from 11AM-2PM Potomac Lounge in the University Union When you stop by, be sure to enter your name into our raffle for a chance to win a variety … Continue reading Spring Fair: Feb 5!
This is part two of Towson alumnus Zachary Renner's story on life after study abroad in Costa Rica. We are so pleased so share his adventures, and are grateful that he contacted us to do so! Zachary Renner Studied Abroad Sophomore Year The University of The Sunshine Coast, Australia Graphic Design Major Graduated from Towson Spring … Continue reading From Australia to Costa Rica
See where Towson can take you this summer! If you’re not familiar with faculty-led programs, they take place over school breaks for a few weeks depending on the individual program, and are taught by Towson faculty! Application deadlines are March 15th unless otherwise noted. Summer 2015 Cuba/ECON – Close but No Cigars: Economics and Supply Chain in … Continue reading Summer 2015 Faculty-Led Programs!
This incredible story of adventure in the Outback comes to you from Zachary Renner, a Study Abroad and Towson University alumnus. This is part one of two installments about Zachary's adventures abroad. Zachary Renner Studied Abroad Sophomore Year The University of The Sunshine Coast, Australia Graphic Design Major Graduated from Towson Spring 2010 I studied abroad at … Continue reading My Study Abroad Experience and What Came After
Close but No Cigars: Economics and Supply Chain in Cuba Havana, Cuba Courses: ECON 474 Topics in Economics OR EBTM 365 Principles of Operations Management AND LAST 484 Special Topics in Latin American Studies Fearless Leaders: Dr. Seth Gitter and Dr. Tobin Porterfield Site visits: Agricultural collective and a cigar factor Did you know Cuba was only recently opened up to … Continue reading Summer 2015 Faculty-Led Program: Close but No Cigars: Economics and Supply Chain in Cuba
A group of our best and brightest students made the decision to study abroad during this minimester to the UK! For many of these students, this is their first time in a foreign country, and they only have a limited amount of time to venture into the unknown and experience all that UK has to … Continue reading Minimester adventures in the UK
This helpful blog post comes to you from Towson senior Bianca Auriemma. Dos and Don’ts of Studying Abroad with Your Friends Usually, when someone begins the process of looking into studying abroad and researching all of the different programs and countries, one of the first thoughts that come to mind is, “well, I’m not sure … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts of Studying Abroad with Friends
This post is the fifth installment in a semester-long series of posts from Towson senior Allie Woodfin. Allie is studying this Fall 2014 semester at the University of Avignon. You can also follow along on her tumblr at:http://provisoirementprovencale.tumblr.com/ People who travel often tell me that there are some foods that hold major significance for them—a tureen of … Continue reading How a Recipe Led to a Conversation about WWII
Name: Ebonie Ravenell Major: Animal Behavior and Biology major with a minor in Psychology Grad Year: December 2015 Program Abroad: University of Tasmania in Hobart Tasmania via the TU Exchange program Q: Food, your favorite subject & ours. Best dish? Worst dish? New recipe you picked up? My favorite food from Australia were biscuits, what Americans … Continue reading Q&A Spotlight: Ebonie Ravenell