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According to Lindsay Lesniak ’21, who studied farmers’ views on genetically modified potatoes through a Student International Initiative Fund (SIIF) grant during her semester abroad, GMO foods are accepted in…

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Robert Karofsky ’89 was already an economics major when he had his first class with former Interim President and Professor Emeritus of Economics Patrick A. McGuire L.H.D. ’12. “Taking that…

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William Smith College senior rower Annika Linden was recently accepted into the Peace Corps. The Sherborn, Mass., native was assigned to the youth development program in Morocco. An anthropology major, Linden became…

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Although she had grown up dancing, Carolyn Girard ’22 had her first experience with flamenco dance — the fiery folkloric dance that originates in the southern region of Andalusia —…

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International relations major Freya Birkas-Dent ’22 is fascinated by European culture and, especially, street life. So when she was preparing to spend a semester in Rennes, France, she applied for…

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Bjørn Antell’s ’21 passion for waterfront architecture and ship design dates back to his childhood, when he learned to sail dinghies near his California home. “I’d sail up and down…

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Elizabeth Anderson '19 leads students in making paper beads as part of the Kenyan Crafts edition of the Global Cafe.

The Global Café is a robust part of the Center for Global Education’s pre-departure and re-entry programming. Hosted by students who have studied in countries around the world, the series…

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Brandon Harding ’20 is the recipient of a 2020 U.S. Student Fulbright Award to Vietnam, where he will serve as an English Teaching Assistant. Harding, who studied abroad in Vietnam…

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With a double major in international relations and dance theory and performance, Ruby Verbitsky ’21 developed a project that combines her two seemingly dissimilar majors while studying abroad in Brussels.…

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Landscape tied winner

During the Center for Global Education’s Global Visions Photo Contest, attendees were transported to cities, vistas and landmarks around the world through photography. The virtual event included remarks by Associate Dean of Global…

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