Written by Raavi Asdar
Note: Raavi Asdar joined the Center for Global Programs in October 2021. He is our Center’s first Resident and we are thrilled to have him as part of our team!
Howdy yall! My name is Raavi and I am the new Resident in Global Programs in the Center for Global Programs (4th floor in Burton Morgan).
Thomas is majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Music.
Sophia is majoring in Spanish.
Written by Jake Gunther ’22
With over 300 program options to choose from, making the decision of where you’ll study abroad is not an easy one. And it’s for good reason: each program offers something unique–different, languages, and cultures, and places around the globe. And while the websites- full of course catalogs, excursion details, and program summaries – give you a taste of what your semester will be like, it’s hard to decide which location/program is right for you just from words and pictures on a screen.
Written by Seyeong Hanlim ’22
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted international travel on an unprecedented scale. The U.S. Department of State suspended routine visa services worldwide in March 2020 due to the pandemic. International students seeking to obtain F-1 visas to enter the U.S. found themselves stranded as embassies and consulates worldwide closed for unknown durations. Additionally, the Presidential Proclamation establishing travel restrictions for non-immigrant travelers from Brazil, China, and Iran has been in effect since January 2020 and has not yet been suspended.