Jill Martin Crowder was selected as an Outstanding Graduate Alumni for the Master’s in Dietetics program! Congratulations!
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” –Mark Twain
The world is an open door, and college students are standing on the threshold. Never before have there been more international opportunities for college students; potential employers see international experience as a qualification in hiring college graduates. Not only is studying abroad beneficial to one’s resume, traveling broadens the mind, grows compassion, and allows the person to see the world through a new lens.
With the vast expanse of study abroad programs available at almost every university, here at Best College Reviews we compiled a list of some of the most desirable study abroad opportunities. We found that most universities offer study abroad programs through third-party organizations, or they provide enrollment at a partner university in a foreign country, but our list contains programs unique to the university, and provide a personal experience for the student. Our list was chosen based on the following criteria:
- The program is open to a limited number of students, 500 or less, providing a more intimate experience while abroad.
- The program is at least a semester long.
- Faculty from the university are involved with the students internationally, either traveling with the students, teaching abroad, or overseeing the program in the country.
- The university has a specific location internationally, students are not simply enrolling at international universities.
Follow the link below to see the 50 best study abroad programs in America.
Dr. Lisa Brooks, Assistant Professor, was honored to participate in the Disney Educators Forum in Orlando, FL in November, 2014. In addition to attending sessions on the latest developments in the Disney College Program and Professional Internships, Dr. Brooks was selected to participate in an advisory session on Disney Education.
Dr. Axton Betz-Hamilton and Aarthi Nagarajan, FCS undergraduate student, co-authored an article entitled Economic Distress. This will be published in The Encyclopedia of Family Studies in 2015.
Tami Duzan and Misty Baker received the Edwin L. “Bud” May Award For Outstanding Achievement in Research and Grants for the Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R). Congratulations!
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