Conrad Anker: “Be patient, love freely and care deeply for the people who share earth. Respect the earth. There is only one. Exercise discipline to maximize your positive impact on humanity and be grateful for the climb.”
Nick Wallman, a senior marketing major at the U, just completed an experience of a lifetime, a Learning Abroad program in Barcelona, Spain.
It’s not too late to apply for alternative spring breaks. Students share how the experience changed their lives.
The Global U Expo on Sept. 20, is a great place for students to learn about the many benefits of learning abroad, both inside and outside the classroom.
Employees can donate a portion of their travel reimbursement to the U’s new Green Travel Fund for renewable energy projects and energy efficiencies on campus.
Reflecting on the Japanese architecture and garden travel experience.
Students can choose from more than 500 international education programs in more than 60 countries, ranging in length from one week to a year.
U’s Go Learn trips combine education with a vacation to facilitate deeper connections between travelers and the communities they visit.
For the first time in history, the U held a study abroad course in Cuba, where students learned about a changing country at a time when the relationship between the U.S. and Cuba has started to warm.