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DELO study abroad award enables student to share his experience

Ian Dowty’s project from his Winter Term program is a great example of how to use the scholarship award. http://www.wku.edu/flsa/application/deloaward2013.php

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Barnaby Conducts NAFSA Region VI Case Study Conundrum

Jerry Barnaby is completing his 2-year term as the Teaching, Learning & Scholarship Knowledge Community Representative for the NAFSA:  Association of International Educators Region VI.  At the recent conference in Columbus, Ohio, Barnaby led the Case Study Conundrum, a unique … Continue reading

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DELO “international” is active

Study Away has been charged to administer all faculty-led study abroad programs.  To meet this challenge, the new web pages of upcoming programs are up and running.  This new effort poses some marketing and branding challenges as well, but the goal … Continue reading

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Student Learning Abroad

Just completed a webinar called “Student Learning Abroad:  What our Students Are Learning, What They’re Not, and What We Can Do about it.”  The key take-away is that facilitated reflective learning must be embedded in study abroad programs. I see … Continue reading

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The first Study Abroad program under the partnership!

WKU Faculty-led Study Abroad Maya-Mexico, Past & Present – Winter Term 2013 Explore the splendor of ancient Mayan civilization and contemporary dynamics of economic development, oil and politics, ethnic identity, and social and environmental concerns in the Yucatan.  Want to learn … Continue reading

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