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2017

More Than Just a Beautiful Place
February 16, 2018
By Megan Sullivan (Biological Engineering major, Biomedical Engineering minor) "I cannot think of one instance on this trip where I was not awestruck by the beauty of the fauna, or overwhelmed by how welcoming the people we met were”
New Zealand: The Home of the Sauvignon Blanc, Lord of the Rings, and Haka
February 16, 2018
by Anjelica Kostenbader (Plant Science major) "Living in New Zealand for four months gave me the opportunity to live the life of a kiwi.”
The Key to Relations; a Study Abroad Experience in Guanajuato Mexico
February 16, 2018
By Sean Freidhof (Forest Ecosystems Management major, GIS minor) "Through this experience, I have learned communication, professionalism, and versatility within relations that I would not have learned in a regular classroom."
A Trip to the Highlands of Kenya
February 16, 2018
By Hinal Modasia (Agribusiness Management major, International Agriculture and Sociology minor) “Behind every smile there is a story.”
Once in a Lifetime
February 16, 2018
By Hannah Imgrund (Animal Science - Business Option major, Agriculture Business Management and Agronomy minor) “Make each day… a story worth telling.”
Guanajuato: The Most Beautiful and Unique Town in Mexico
February 16, 2018
By Haley England (Agriculture Sciences major, Agriculture Business Management and Agriculture Communication minor) "Step outside of your comfort zone and experience the world!"
Paris: A Two Week Adventure that is so much more than the Eiffel Tower
February 16, 2018
By Kathryn Jordan (Physical Geography - Climatology Focus major International Agriculture, Earth Systems, & Climatology minor) “I learned about European and US Agriculture, got to explore the city of Paris, and make seven new friends while living in one of the most remarkable European cities. I will never forget the experiences I have made on this trip and am forever thankful to Penn State for this opportunity”
Studying Abroad in Paris, France
February 16, 2018
By Kathryn Dietrich (Food Science major, Nutritional Sciences minor) "The College of Agricultural Sciences provided me with a unique, educational experience during my time abroad, one that I will not forget!"
Costa Rica: A first-hand perspective on Sustainable Development
February 16, 2018
By Rosemary Nicholson (BioRenewable Systems—BioProducts option major) "Is sustainable development possible? How to bring sustainability home?"
France: A City of Wine and Cheese Comparing United States and French Agriculture
February 16, 2018
By Elke Hess (Immunology and Infectious Disease) "Paris lived up to every expectation, except for the wine and cheese. They were even better than I could have imagined."
Weeks spent on the other side of the World
February 8, 2018
By Stephanie Velez (Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences major) “I didn’t know anything about China, nor a single word of Mandarin, but instantly decided, this is rare, I’m doing this.”
Life Learning, Life Loving in Costa Rica: International Internship in Organic Agriculture at EARTH University
February 8, 2018
By Haley Stauffer Major in BioRenewable Systems, Minors in International Agriculture and Spanish. "There are few things I cannot resist in my life and the country and people of Costa Rica is at the top of the list."
Exploring China Through An Internship at Guangxi Veterinary Research Institute
February 7, 2018
By Mary Ann Ostach Majoring in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences and minoring in International Agriculture and Equine Science. “I couldn't pass up the opportunity to see a new country with a culture so different from my own while gaining research experience in veterinary medicine.”
Ireland is an oasis on earth, by Isabella Tafa, Landscape Contracting major, Horticulture minor
June 1, 2017
No matter where you go people are very similar, they all enjoy food, music and good company...
Italy: Eately: A Truly Unique Trip to Italy, by Sydney Majowicz, Food Science major
June 1, 2017
What a country!
Mexico: An Amazing Experience in Guanajuato, Mexico, by Jeffrey Norris, Agricultural Engineering major
June 1, 2017
Quality, Quantity, and Timing; That’s what it’s all about
Mexico: Silence Becomes a Story, by Mackenzie Yorlets, Animal Science major
June 1, 2017
Traveling leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.
New Zealand: A World Worth Protecting, by Ana Turosky, Environmental Resource Management major, Soil Science minor
June 1, 2017
There are things worth protecting, and many of those things reach further than a Penn State campus or even the borders of the United States.