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30 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Around the Field: Allegheny Students Study Indian History and Politics in Media and Performing Arts

Following on previous years’ successful study abroad programs in India, Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.) in May and June of this year offered “Restaging History as Media Event”—described as an “investigation into how historical sites and narratives provide the ‘theatrical’ backdrop to contemporary media events.”

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30 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Top 10 List: Things You Can Expect to Change When You Study Abroad

by Pilar Filgueira Athena Study Abroad You have probably heard that studying abroad is a life-changing experience. But what does that really mean?  Here we outline ways that study abroad can change your life for the better! 1.Your taste buds. You will find yourself in the store trying to find the right ingredients, the perfect ...

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17 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Athena’s Passport Issue #6

Successfully Travel with a Disability or Illness   Partner News | July 15, 2019 | New series issue #6 Extra! Extra! Global Give Scholarship Winners Report Academic Successes   Athena Study Abroad launched its First Annual Athena “Global Give” Charity Fundraiser at NAFSA in Denver, Colorado, in 2016. Through generous donations from supporters throughout the ...

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15 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Research Explores Students in Italy Learning Engineering, Nursing Connection

By Dane S. Claussen, Ph.D., MBA, Manager of University Relations, Athena Study Abroad “An Interprofessional, Intercultural, Immersive Short-Term Study Abroad Program: Public Health and Service Systems in Rome” by Sara A. McComb, Lorenzo Fedele, Patrick A. Brunese and Vicki L. Simpson, was published in the Spring 2019 issue of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study ...

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15 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Salem State Student Managed Chronic Illness to Twice Study Abroad

Alayna Travaglione is an accomplished young woman: graduating this year summa cum laude from Salem State University, starting this fall a master’s degree program in history at College of Charleston, sorority sister, honorary societies inductee, two-time student studying abroad, and more.

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5 Jul | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

How To: Study Abroad with an Illness or Disability

By Alayna Travaglione Alayna Travaglione, from Salem State University, studied abroad on Athena's Sorrento Program and didn't let her severe rheumatoid arthritis prevent her from going abroad. Here she shares a bit about her experience, as well as tips to help future students seize the opportunity of studying abroad. Read more about this inspirational student ...

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