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21 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Kauffman Makes Overseas Post-College Plans after Cusco and Quito Courses, Internship

Emma Kauffman, a double major in Spanish and sociology at Grove City (PA) College, immersed herself in South American culture by tying together Athena Study Abroad’s J-term in Peru followed by Athena’s spring semester in Ecuador. Kauffman’s time in South America included a bus trip around Peru with her visiting mother, courses that she enjoyed …

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21 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Study Abroad Duration has Positive Effects on Social Responsibility and Identity

By Dane S. Claussen, PhD, MBA Manager of University Relations Athena Study Abroad “Examining Relationships between Education Abroad Program Design and College Students’ Global Learning,” by Tara D. Hudson (Kent State University) and Rachel Tomas Morgan (University of Notre Dame), was published in the Fall 2019 issue of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. …

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18 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Top 10: Things to Do in Dublin

by Dr. Dane Claussen Athena Study Abroad Dublin, and Ireland as a whole, generally always have been top destinations for Americans for study abroad, tourism, business investment, and more. Here, we suggest 10 can't-miss destinations (beyond Guinness!) for students studying abroad in Ireland. 1. EPIC: The Irish Immigration Museum was named Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction at ...

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15 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Athena’s Passport #14

Return to the Passport Newsletter Archive SUBSCRIBE Useful Resource Complements Upcoming 2020 Forum Conference Theme Journal Issue Highlights Diversity Partner News | November 15, 2019 | New series issue #14 Around the Field: Useful Resource Complements Upcoming 2020 Forum Conference Theme As study abroad professionals start thinking about and preparing for the Forum on Education ...

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8 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Frontiers’ Special Issue Reprinted Carefully Selected Diversity Research

By Dane S. Claussen Manager of University Relations Athena Study Abroad In June, Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad posted a “Virtual Issue: Diversity and Inclusion in Study Abroad” with guest editors to highlight what they believed were “exemplars that address varying methodological approaches, the experiences of specific demographic populations, and case studies of …

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8 Nov | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

The Epiphanius Emotions of Studying Abroad

By Abby Malmrose The second day into my study abroad program was orientation day. My culture shock had already set in at that point. Half of me was freaking out thinking that I had made a terrible mistake; the other half was just trying to stay awake —let’s be real, orientation is never very exciting, …

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