Students surveyed study abroad opportunities at the Global Learning Expo Sept. 17th. Photo by Chase Body.

Global Education pushes exploration seminars

Students exploring study abroad opportunities gathered Sept. 17 at the Global Learning Expo to examine their options. These students now have an additional seven programs to choose from, which were […]

 

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