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SISA-L  January 2010

SISA-L January 2010


Weekly Study Abroad Announcements


"Lila R. Grisar" <[log in to unmask]>


Lila R. Grisar


Mon, 18 Jan 2010 23:48:54 -0500





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This list serv is for UGA Students Interested in Study Abroad (SISA). Read on for this week’s announcements about upcoming events, informational sessions, scholarship deadlines, and more!

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In this week’s message…


1.      Attention Fall 2009 Study Abroad Participants--Your Feedback Is Needed!
2.      Study Abroad Student Panel, 1/27
3.      Study Abroad in Thailand-Info Session 1/27 Applications due 2/1)
4.      Upcoming Peace Corps events at UGA, 1/27, 1/28, 1/30, 2/19
5.      EXPLORE EARTH IN ARGENTINA – Spring 2010 Info Sessions: 1/28, 2/8, and 2/16
6.      Study Abroad this May with UGA on a Caribbean Island, Apply by 2/15
7.      New UGA Study Abroad Program to Southwestern France, Apply by 2/26
8.      This Week’s UGA-Exchange Program Spotlight: Sciences Po, Paris, France, Apply by 2/1 for Fall 2010
9.      Graduate Summer Seminar Abroad in Rome, Apply by 3/15
10.     It’s easy to search online for a UGA Study Abroad or Exchange Program!
11.     Walk-in Advising in Memorial Hall: every Tuesday & Friday afternoon
12.     Study Abroad ‘Options Abroad’ Info Sessions, offered 3 days a week


13.     $300 scholarship for all students accepted to UGA’s Summer Thai Sustainable Service-Learning Program.
14.     Sara’s Wish Scholarship Fund, Preliminary Applications due 1/31
15.     Zeta Phi Beta Deborah Partridge Wolfe International Fellowship: Due 2/1.
16.     John T. Petters scholarships for Summer/Fall 2010 study abroad, Due 2/20
17.     Phi Kappa Phi  undergraduate study abroad/internship grants, Apply by 2/24
18.     Dean’s Award for Graduate Student International Study- deadline 3/5


19.     Live in a SPANISH COMMUNITY at UGA! Open House 2/1
20.     Join the 2010 International Street Festival Planning Committee! Next Meeting 1/19
21.     International Coffee Hour, 1/22
23.     Unsubscribe yourself from SISA-L


1. Attention Fall 2009 Study Abroad Participants--Your Feedback Is Needed!

Hello from the Director of Study Abroad at UGA. Just a reminder to fall study abroad participants - we would love to hear your feedback on your program, the good and the bad.  If you went on a UGA faculty-led group, you are probably filling out an evaluation with the group, but you are welcome to do the form below as well.  If you went on an exchange or external program, we'd especially love to hear from you on this form as it is our primary means of learning more about your experience. You have the option of indicating whether an anonymous copy of your evaluation can be made available for prospective study abroad participants who want to learn about your program:

Thanks, and hope you had a great experience abroad!

Dr. Kasee Clifton Laster
Director of Study Abroad
Office of International Education
Bank of America, third floor
110 E. Clayton Street
Athens, Georgia  30602
Phone:  706-425-3275
Fax:            706-425-3315
Physical location: corner of Clayton and Lumpkin, downtown
Web location:


2. Study Abroad Student Panel, 1/27

Wednesday Jan 27 at 6pm in MLC 348.  Come hear the experiences of students who have returned from various types of study abroad programs.  The panel will share their experiences abroad and give advice about choosing a program, preparing for travel and culture shock as well as answer questions.  For more information please contact Mandi at [log in to unmask]


3. Study Abroad in Thailand-Info Session 1/27

Study Abroad in Thailand!

Hope you will join in with us for great service-learning experience this summer! Info session January 27 th.  MLC room 247 from 4 to 5pm.

Kindly apply by 1 Feb 2010.

Sarah W. Workman,   Public Service Associate, University of Georgia
Thai Sustainable Service-Learning Program Director
312 Hoke Smith Building
Athens, GA  30602      Tel:  706.542.9737   FAX: 706.542-7905


4. Upcoming Peace Corps events at UGA, 1/27, 1/28, 1/30, 2/19

(Note: if you are a Peace Corps volunteer, please contact Lisa at the address below to get involved with these events!)

--Career Fair-An opportunity to talk about service and ask questions of a Volunteer.
Wednesday, January 27
Classic Center

-- Globe Talk: The focus of this one will be English Teaching.
Thursday, January 28
Miller Learning Center, rm 247

--Event on Saturday, January 30 for RPCV's, applicants, and people interested in Peace Corps.  We will do some trail work and plant restoration at Sandy Creek Nature Center for a couple of hours and then have lunch.  Please let me know if think you might be able to come.  I am looking for both yes's and maybe's.  I need an idea so I can plan the food.

--Potluck Dinner
Friday, February 19
6 p.m.
Location T.B.A.

--Please contact Lisa Woodruff (below) if you are an RPCV from Morocco.  I have a Morocco nominee who would like to talk with you.

Lisa Woodruff

Peace Corps Recruiter
University of Georgia
110 E. Clayton Street, room 305
Athens, GA 30602
(706) 425-2966
(706) 425-3315 FAX
Panama 2007-2009


5. EXPLORE EARTH IN ARGENTINA – Spring 2010 Info Sessions: 1/28, 2/8, and 2/16

“For students with a passion for the outdoors”.

Prepare now for this unique opportunity to study and travel along 4,000 miles of Argentina’s most beautiful and rarely visited places in the Andes. Taught mostly in the field, open to students in any discipline; no previous geology required. SPAN 2001 (Intermediate Spanish) offered this summer!

Spring  Info Sessions:

One hour: Instructor presentation followed by your questions
•     Miller Learning Center, Room 268,Thursday Jan 28: 6:00 - 7:00 PM

Drop in: Come at your convenience, we will be at the Departmental Information table,  across from Jittery Joe’s, Miller Learning Center.
•     TH Jan 14: 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM
•     M Feb. 8: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
•     T Feb 16: 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Students and friends are welcome. Visit the program’s website at:


6. Study Abroad this May with UGA on a Caribbean Island, Apply by 2/15

 Agroforestry in the Caribbean (May 12-26. 2010; $1500), St. Croix Island.

Earn hands-on college credit on a lush tropical certified Organic Farm that was voted as a top 10 educational destination by the National Geographic Society for hands-on service vacations. This 14-day design intensive provides 3 hours of UGA credit in either Anthropology, Ecology, Forestry, or Crop and Soil Sciences and is offered to any college student worldwide. Applications now being accepted for the 2010 course. It is one of the best values of any
study abroad course of its kind, and is the most affordable Maymester abroad program. Passports are not required for US citizens since it is a US territory with a rich culture of its own and flights are usually less than $500. Email [log in to unmask] for more info on the program or contact [log in to unmask] for registration and academic information.



7. New UGA Study Abroad Program to Southwestern France, Apply by 2/26

Millennial Landscapes of Southwestern France, May 15- June 8, 2010.

Earn 6 credits in anthropology (undergraduate or graduate). The program is suitable for students from a wide variety of backgrounds and no prior knowledge of anthropology or allied fields is assumed.

This is an immersion educational experience in historical ecology of the feudal ethnic provinces of Southwestern France including Bearn, Gascogne, Soule, Labour, and Basse Navarre. Thirty percent of the course is classroom-based and 70% is field-based. Activities include field trips to Paleolithic caves, Gallo-Roman sites, and Medieval towns with assignments in reading landscaptes, recording ancient monumnets, and using archival documents. Opportunities exist for developing or improving your French language skills, staying in the home of a Basque farming family, and service-learning. See the course website for details.


8. This Week’s UGA-Exchange Program Spotlight: Sciences Po, Paris, France, Apply by 2/1 for Fall 2010


Here's a great opportunity for UGA students to study abroad in Paris, France for Fall 2010, Spring 2011 or the Full 2010-11 Academic Year as an as an exchange student at Sciences Po, Paris.

At Sciences Po, "the Undergraduate Exchange Programme draws students from over 300 partner universities worldwide. Each year, Sciences Po’s staff, faculty and 8.500 students welcome over 1.000 exchange students, making them an important part of the student community and the university’s academic mission. Paris campus is located in the heart of Paris, close to the political centres of power and cultural attractions. It is composed of seventeenth- and  eighteenth-century buildings and its neighbors include ministries, embassies, corporate headquarters, publishing houses, the Assemblée nationale... in short, many centers of French decision-making. Students are also exposed to the strong cultural flavor of the Saint Germain district: renowned cafés sheltering a new generation of philosophes, art galleries and architecture, shops and cinemas, and restaurants. World-class historical and cultural attractions (the Louvre, Notre Dame, Musée d’Orsay, the Sorbonne, the National Museum of the Middle Ages-Cluny) are within walking distance. Paris campus offers numerous courses on the historic, economic, political and sociological facets of France, Europe and the World, all taught by world-renowned professors." (Sciences Po

-- Subject Areas include: French, Business, Law, Economics, European Studies, History, Humanities, International Relations, Political Science, Sociology, Interdisciplinary social sciences, plus a Journalism program(spring only)

--Host University Exchange Info:

--See Sciences Po Courses Available (English & French) at: and

--Dates of Program: Fall semester (September - December);  Spring Semester (January - early July)

--Cost: Students pay an Exchange Program Fee (currently $3865 for SP 2010) to cover in-state tuition at UGA; Housing Costs paid abroad in Paris, France.  Students may keep HOPE and other UGA/federal financial aid.

--Language Requirement: Minimum FREN 1002; FREN 3010 or above for classes taught in French.

--Exchange Application Deadline: February 1, 2010 for Fall 2010 & full year; September 15 for Spring 2011

--FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO APPLY:  Contact the OIE Study Abroad Front Desk to schedule an exchange advising appointment or email Ms. Colleen Larson, Study Abroad Advisor, Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, [log in to unmask]


9. Graduate Summer Seminar Abroad in Rome, Apply by 3/15

This message is for professional staff and graduate students interested in a two-week, 3 Semester hour graduate seminar focused on the experience of U.S. students who study abroad offered by faculty at Loyola University Chicago at Loyola's John Felice Rome Center Campus July 4-17, 2010.  The website for the summer program is .

Contact [log in to unmask]


10. It’s easy to search online for a UGA Study Abroad or Exchange Program!

Have you checked out our searchable database of Study Abroad and Exchange opportunities for UGA students? All UGA Faculty led programs and Exchange programs are included, with links to program websites, dates, costs, credits and more! You can search for a program according to destination, academic subject, time of travel, availability of scholarships, and many other preferences.


11.  Walk-in Advising with a Study Abroad Representative in Memorial Hall:

Are you interested in studying, working, or volunteering abroad? If so, you can stop by Memorial Hall on Tuesdays and Fridays between 1:30-5:00pm to meet with a study abroad representatives. No appointment is necessary these are walk-in sessions! The study abroad representatives will be in Memorial Hall, Room 233 (in the ICA Department suite). You can also schedule an appointment to meet with a study abroad advisor at their main location downtown at the Bank of America Building.


12. Study Abroad ‘Options Abroad’ Info Sessions, offered 3 days a week

In these 50-minute information sessions, a study abroad Advisor in the Office of Study Abroad will explain the basics of finding a study abroad program, using the resources in our study abroad library, the process of transferring credit from an external study abroad program, financial aid and scholarships for study abroad, health and insurance, basic travel information, information on working, volunteering, or interning abroad, and SISA, the study abroad listserv.

The sessions are held three times a week in 303 Bank of America Building, 110 E. Clayton St. Visit our website for more information.
Students must sign up in advance as space is limited.


13.  $300 scholarship for all students accepted to UGA’s Summer Thai Sustainable Service-Learning Program.

Great news for those interested in this Summer’s interdisciplinary Thailand Summer Abroad. A program grant was just awarded to the program, allowing a reduction in the program fee for all students. The current program fee the six weeks is now $2200 per person!

For more information: and


14. The Sara's Wish Scholarship Fund, Apply by 1/31!

SARA'S WISH FOUNDATION was established to perpetuate the memory of Sara Christie Schewe. In 1996, Sara, a beautiful and loving young woman, was killed in a fatal bus crash in India along with three classmates while participating in the University of Pittsburgh's Semester at Sea Program.  Sara's Wish Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Safe And Rewarding Adventures for students, emerged out of this Semester at Sea tragedy. This organization promotes education about travel safety guidelines.

A Legacy of Leadership, Service, and Adventure…The Mission of the Scholarship Fund is to perpetuate Sara's ideals by providing financial support for travel experiences for students who share Sara's zest for life, love of adventure, and zeal to excel.

Sara's Wish Foundation scholarships are awarded to extraordinary young women committed to making the world a better place by fully participating in it. Assistance has been offered to dozens of young women who exhibit qualities of leadership, service, and adventure. With our financial contributions, young women have defrayed the costs associated with traveling to all areas of the globe.  Ethiopia, Korea, the Philippines, Chile, Nepal, and South Africa are just a few examples. Our scholarship recipients perform a wide variety of remarkable public services in these distant lands, contributing to the welfare of our global village. Be sure to read more about them, as they truly offer inspiration and hope for our future.

Scholarship Application Information Criteria:
-A commitment to public service
-A strong record of scholarship
-A history of leadership experience
-A sincere interest in the work of Sara's Wish Foundation
-A willingness to join with Sara's Wish Foundation in its ongoing efforts to improve safety awareness

Timeline: Scholarships are granted yearly according to the timeline below.

- Oct-Jan: Preliminary Applications reviewed as they are submitted.
- Nov-Feb: Candidates selected from the preliminary applications are asked to submit resumes, essays, and two letters of recommendation.
- Dec-March: Finalists are interviewed by telephone or in person by members of the scholarship committee.
- March: All scholarship winners are announced by the end of March.

Visit the Sara’s Wish Foundation website:


15. Zeta Phi Beta Deborah Partridge Wolfe International Fellowship: Accepting applications now through 2/1

Available to graduate or undergraduate United States students studying abroad and/or graduate or undergraduate foreign students studying within. Awarded for full-time study for one academic year (Fall-Spring). Amount varies from $500 to $1,000 paid directly to recipient. Documented proof of academic study and plan of program must be sent to the Scholarship Chairperson with signature of school administrator or Program Director.

Copies of the scholarship application form may be accessed electronically via the following websites: or

Three letters of recommendation (from a College Professor or High School Teacher, a Minister or Community Leader, and Other); An official University/High School Transcript; An essay of 150 words or more. Include information about yourself, your educational goals and professional
aspirations. How can this award help you to achieve these goals? Why should you receive this award? Award recipients, only, will be notified, no later than August 15, of the Foundation's actions.


16. John T. Petters scholarships for Summer/Fall 2010 study abroad, Due 2/20

The John T. Petters Foundation is a private foundation that works to advance educational experiences by providing scholarships of deserving students. The Foundation focuses its scholarships to support international business study abroad and social entrepreneurship service programs.

The John T. Petters Foundation honors the short yet remarkable life of John Petters. John was a junior at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio when he tragically lost his life traveling in Florence, Italy. John’s dream of helping deserving students to study abroad is made possible through the Foundation.

Eligibility-Essential Criteria for Applicants:
The John T. Petters Foundation seeks to increase study abroad opportunities for students who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints.
This scholarship is open to undergraduate college students in good academic standing who meet the following criteria:
•     The Applicant must be pursuing a study abroad program that has a focus on international business
•     The Applicant should be undergoing the study abroad application process which would be eligible for credit by the student's home institution
•     The Applicant must have financial need for scholarship funding
•     The Applicant must be a United States citizen

Selection Criteria:
Our Foundation looks to support a diverse range of students who have been traditionally underrepresented in study abroad including, but not limited to students with:
•     High financial need
•     Interest in studying in diverse countries
•     Interest in study programs that emphasize cultural immersion
•     Diverse ethnic backgrounds
•     Accomplishments that indicate leadership, character, integrity and motivation
•     Disabilities

Judging of Applications:
The selection criterion for the John T. Petters Scholarship reflects its core values. All applications are reviewed in their entirety.
•     Financial need (extra attention is shown to applicants who demonstrate high need including working students, students taking out loans and students with low family income)
•     Personal essay
•     Passion for education and studying abroad
•     Academic performance (official transcript required)
•     Faculty and advisor recommendations
•     Study Abroad Program (extra attention is shown to programs over three weeks in length and programs that focus on cultural immersion)
Note: Funds will only be granted upon acceptance into program

There are 2 different times per year that you may apply for the John T. Petters Foundation Scholarship. This allows flexibility for students to collect various application materials. These times are also based on when the applicant wishes to study abroad.

•     January 1: Students may begin to submit applications
•     February 10: Applications must be submitted using the John T. Petters Foundation web site
•     March 20: Finalists are chosen
•     April 10: Recipients are chosen
•     April/May: Funds are distributed
•     August 1: Students may begin to turn in applications
•     September 30: Applications must be submitted using the John T. Petters Foundation web site
•     October 15: Finalists are chosen
•     November 5: Recipients are chosen
•     November/December: Funds are distributed

For more information:


17. Phi Kappa Phi  undergraduate study abroad/internship grants, Apply by 2/24

Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Forty-five $1,000 grants are awarded each year.

Phi Kappa Phi sets high standards for its award recipients. Selection committees comprised of representatives from each of the Society's five regions carefully review all applications. Applicants are evaluated based on numerous factors, including academic recognition and awards, campus and community involvement, leadership experiences, and quality and scope of proposed program.

For complete details:


18. Dean’s Award for Graduate Student International Study- deadline 3/5

Source:  This award is generously funded by the Graduate School under the direction of Dean Maureen Grasso.

Purpose: To cover a study abroad program’s loss of tuition revenue, making it viable for more UGA graduate students on assistantship to study abroad.

Note:  Because UGA graduate assistants do not pay tuition for coursework (other than a $25 matriculation fee) and because UGA study abroad programs are often dependent on the tuition revenue generated by the credit hours in order to have the budget “make,” in the past, UGA study abroad programs often simply could not accept students on assistantship.  This award provides funds to the program in place of tuition, thereby allowing more study abroad programs to accept graduate assistants and more UGA graduate students to study abroad.  As a result, selected students do not receive any funds directly, and the award does not apply to non-UGA programs.  Recipients must still pay the regular program fee just as do other graduate students and undergraduates; the program cannot discount or reduce the student's program fees as a result of this award.

Amount of award: An amount equal to either 3 or 6 hours’ tuition, depending on the number of hours for which the student will enroll

How paid: From the Graduate School restricted account, to be paid directly to the study abroad program, on behalf of an individual student

Deadline: March 5, 2010 for 2010 Maymester or Summer programs (please send all documents to Kasee Clifton Laster, Bank of America, third floor).

Overall guidelines for eligibility:
     Competitive – judged on the basis of academic merit and of the appropriateness and rigor of the proposed course of study
     Selection by a subcommittee of the Strategic Planning Committee for Study Abroad
     To be used on any UGA resident-credit program, Maymester or Summer, that offers courses for graduate credit
     Student must be in good academic standing with no incompletes, and making satisfactory academic progress in a degree-seeking program as documented by the graduate coordinator.
     Student applicant must be on a UGA assistantship, and wishing to attend a UGA Maymester or summer study abroad program

     Not open to transient or non-degree students, nor to students in the following professional programs: JD, LLM, MBA, MAcc, PharmD, DVM, nor to students paying tuition themselves (i.e., not on assistantship)
     Not to be used on behalf of TA’s working for the study abroad program itself
     Not open to students with current incompletes

Requirements from the student:
     A copy of the student’s completed application to the study abroad program
     Current transcript (OASIS print-outs are acceptable)
     Statement of purpose (one-page maximum): What are your objectives in studying abroad and in choosing this course and location?
     Syllabus or detailed plan of study; make sure to include the number of credit hours
     Upon return: statement (one-page maximum) on how the program made a difference in the student’s graduate education
     Upon return: as requested by the Graduate School, student will be willing to speak publicly to the university community and to selected external audiences about their experiences and knowledge gained during their international study

Requirements from the program:
     A letter from the study abroad program director indicating that the student will be accepted if funded
     Brief description of the study abroad program and the place of the graduate course within the program; if the student plans to take a 400/600 course, the director must address the course’s specific learning objectives for the graduate component and how these differ than those for undergraduate students
     C.V. of the faculty member who be providing the instruction if using non-UGA faculty; if using UGA faculty, must be have graduate faculty status


19. Live in a SPANISH COMMUNITY at UGA! Open House 2/1

If you are interested in having more of an opportunity of immersing yourself in Spanish, the SPANISH COMMUNITY is a way to do it...

*It's a tight-knit community which lives at Mary Lyndon hall

*You get priority for registering for any Spanish classes

*Participate in University-funded community activities such as:
movies at Ciné, theater plays, music or dance concerts, cooking classes,

*Live in a residence hall right next to Snelling dinning hall, on the Meyers quad, in the middle of campus
(residence offers a computer room with printer and scanner, movies in Spanish available to students, etc)

*Conversation class, meets once a week, for which you get one credit for SPAN 2030

*The Resident Assistant facilitates language acquisition, and immerses you by coordinating activities at the residence

If you'd like to be a part of the community next Fall, email [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]

Open House: Feb 1st, 2010 at 6:00pm at Mary Lyndon hall


or application:

¡¡¡¡¡¡¡Esperamos verlos en la casa Hispana!!!!!!!!


20. Join the 2010 International Street Festival Planning Committee! Next Meeting 1/19

International Street Festival Planning Committee.
Sponsored by International Student Life

For students who are interested in promoting and supporting cultures from around the world at the International Street Festival, held on Saturday, April 10, in downtown Athens. Students are needed to help coordinate performances, booths/displays, advertising, the children's corner, and fund-raising.


TUESDAY, January 19, 2010.
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
210 Memorial Hall
Contact: 706-542-5867, [log in to unmask] for more information.


21. International Coffee Hour, 1/22

Friday, January 15, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Memorial Hall Ballroom

Come and meet others and learn about cultures from all over the world while sampling international cuisine and local coffee.  Free food! For more information, contact 706-542-5867.



The UGA Career Center presents a Multicultural Professional Development Conference sponsored by Liberty Mutual, McKesson and Target.  The conference will take place Tuesday, January 26, 2010 from 4PM-8:30PM at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.  The conference will focus on personal, professional and career development while also addressing how to leverage your diversity in the workplace.

This event is free and open to UGA students. To register for this premiere event and to learn more about the conference including a conference agenda and a list of participating employers, see:  Space is limited.

To secure your spot, register as soon as possible. The deadline to register is Friday, January 15th .


23.   UNSUBSCRIBE yourself from SISA-L:

- Visit the Listserv website at

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- Type your name, the e-mail address you signed up with, and select “Leave the List” (if you have your e-mails forwarded, you must use the e-mail address you signed up with, not the final destination e-mail address).

- You will receive confirmation details automatically


Lila Grisar
Graduate Assistant
Office of Study Abroad
The University of Georgia

**Thank you for visiting the Study Abroad Office- We would enjoy
feedback from you since your recent visit to our office.
Please take a moment to fill out our online evaluation at this link:

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