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Special Topics in Teaching

August 1, 2022 by Drs. Amy Ardel and Meghan Cosier | education abroad

Drs. Amy Ardell and Meghan Cosier led a travel course to Greece in June 2022 for Chapman Teacher Education students and provided this description and photos. Students visited cultural sites such as the Acropolis, Delphi, and Delos as well as the island of Mykonos. They also spent three days with teachers, administrators, and leadership at

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Leadership in Iceland

July 26, 2022 by Whitney McIntyre Miller and Dawn Hunter | education abroad

After three years of waiting through a pandemic, Attallah College’s Leadership and Education for Peace and Sustainability course finally visited Iceland! Spending a week amongst the lush green hills, rushing waterfalls, and expansive glaciers provided salve to many nature-craving souls. At the same time, we learned about peace, equity, and sustainability from the nation that

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Peer Chats: Tokyo Tales

January 28, 2022 by Morgan Hennessy Shea | education abroad

I had always dreamed of going since I was 8-years-old. Over the course of my life,I watched its shows, appreciated its design aesthetics, involved myself with the culture, savored the food, admired pictures from my Pinterest boards, and even studied the language in college at Chapman. 13 years later, I finally had the opportunity to

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How to Travel Sustainably

November 22, 2021 by Rama Bedri | education abroad

Rama Bedri ’24 is an Environmental Science and Policy major and Peer Advisor in the Center for Global Education. Why It Matters Before jumping into the specifics of how to be a sustainable traveler, it is important to address the significance of the topic. So, why does it matter to travel sustainably? While studying abroad

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Peer Chats: Mental Health While Abroad

October 1, 2021 by | education abroad

Angelique Acuna ‘22 is a Peer Advisor in the Center for Global Education. She will be earning two degrees with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies. Angelique participated in CEA Paris – Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Spring 2020. For anyone, studying abroad is a huge

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Meet the 2021-2022 CGE Student Team

September 28, 2021 by | education abroad

Since mid-July, the Center for Global Education has had its doors open after closing its physical doors and working remotely for over a year. For the first time since March 2020, students can meet and speak with our Peer Advisors and Graduate Assistants in person about anything and everything related to global education. Students can

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A Virtual International Internship in Prague

September 28, 2021 by Macy Werner | education abroad

Macy Werner ’22, is a Communication Studies and Computer Science double major.  The study abroad experience: life-changing, travel, immersing into culture. An experience people consider once in a lifetime. Hearing this description from so many before me, I decided before going to college that I would be studying abroad. This plan I had in my

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Peer Chats: Becoming a sight-thinker

May 12, 2021 by Anderson Hill | education abroad

Anderson Hill ‘21 is a Peer Advisor in the Center for Global Education. He is earning his undergraduate degree in Business Administration and sailed on Semester at Sea in Fall 2019. One of the first things we were told as students on Semester at Sea was “just because you’re studying abroad doesn’t mean you’re a

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Peer Chats: 10 Helpful Tips for Studying Abroad

April 22, 2021 by Natalie Hartman | education abroad

Natalie Hartman ‘23 is a Peer Advisor in the Center for Global Education. She is earning her undergraduate degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Creative and Cultural Industries. Although I have traveled to numerous countries, with the constraints of COVID-19 I have not yet had the opportunity to study abroad through Chapman. However,

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