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Students Interested in Study Abroad

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Below you will find the most recent posting to the SISA-L Listserv (Students Interested in Study Abroad) for the week of September 8-12, 2008.

In each listserv message there is information for students who are currently abroad, those who are planning to go abroad, and those who have returned!

Our website, http://www.uga.edu/oie/studyabroad.htm is a great place to find even more information!

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In this week's issue:

General Announcements:

1.      24TH ANNUAL STUDY, TRAVEL, & WORK ABROAD FAIR - SAVE THE DATES -- OCTOBER 15 & 16, 2008
2.      GLOBAL SEMINAR OFFERED AT UGA, SPRING 2009
3.      MEETING: ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ECONOMICS AND CULTURE
4.      FILM: INVISIBLE CHILDREN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11
5.      COFFEE HOUR:SPONSORED BY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LIFE OFFICE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 12

For Students Going Abroad this Fall:

6.      FALL 2008 CREDIT APPROVAL FORM REMINDER
7.      VOTING INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS ABROAD THIS FALL, 2008
8.      ON-LINE REGISTRATION WITH US EMBASSY WHILE ABROAD

For Students Interested in Studying, Working, or Interning Abroad:

9.      THINKING OF STUDYING ABROAD? GET STARTED BY ATTENDING AN OPTIONS ABROAD SESSION
10.     UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS:
      -- BOREN AWARDS (Info Session Sept. 10)
-- SECAC (extended deadline: Sept. 22)
-- UGA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION STUDY ABROAD FELLOWSHIP (Due Oct. 3)
-- BRIDGING SCHOLARSHIPS (Due Oct. 6)
-- GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP(Due Oct. 9)
-- COSTA RICA STARS (Due Oct. 10)
-- FREEMAN AWARDS FOR STUDY IN ASIA (Due Oct. 15)
--   ARCADIA SCHOLARSHIPS (due Sept. 1- Oct. 15)
11.     SPRING 2009 UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINE (Sept. 15)

For Students returned from Study Abroad:

12.     STUDY ABROAD PEER ADVISOR PROGRAM
13.     STUDY ABROAD ON-LINE EVALUATIONS


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1. 24th ANNUAL STUDY, WORK, AND TRAVEL ABROAD FAIR

Mark your calendar for the 24th Annual Study, Work, and Travel Abroad Fair to be held on Wednesday, October 16 and Thursday, October 16, 2008, 10 am - 3 pm, Student Learning Center, SLC Rotunda, 4th Floor.

Plan to come BOTH DAYS, as the hall will be filled with different study abroad programs each day, to learn more information about exciting upcoming opportunities to go abroad!  The Fair will be held from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day and is a "drop-in" event!  We will look forward to seeing you both days!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Kornelia Probst-Mackowiak at [log in to unmask] or visit our website at the following URL: http://www.uga.edu/oie

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2. Unique global class offered on UGA’s campus in Spring 2009:

Interested in global issues and agricultural development? Join the global seminar next spring…an international course that uses videoconferencing technology to link students from all over the globe. Work with students from campuses in Austria, Florida, Japan, Minnesota, Virginia, and Italy to tackle controversial issues from organic agriculture and GMO’s to global responsibility.

This course (ALDR 4600/6600) will run in the spring semester on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-10:45 am. Of particular interest to students before or after completing their own study abroad program! This course is not only for agriculture majors… students from political science, international affairs, public health, and many other fields are encouraged to participate.

For more information, Contact: Dennis Duncan
[log in to unmask]
ALEC-UGA
106 Four Towers
Athens, GA  30602
Office 706-542-1204
Fax 706-542-0262

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3. MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ECONOMICS AND CULTURE (AIESEC)

Interested in other cultures? Interested in working abroad and gaining skills you might not otherwise acquire? Interested in developing yourself and others as leaders?

If so, you might be interested in AIESEC, and it is definitely interested in you.

AIESEC is the world's largest student run organization with chapters in over 100 countries and Local Communities in over 1000 universities.  Devoted to inter cultural growth, cooperation, and understanding, AIESEC's primary goals are to develop student leaders through local, national, and global positions and networking as well as increasing global exchange through business partners and internships.  AIESEC is also just a lot of fun as you get the chance to meet students from all over the world!

If you are interested then please attend the information session this Thursday, September 11th at 7:30 PM in SLC Room 251.  The session should be very interesting and a lot of fun and no more than 45 minutes long.

If you can't attend and would like more information please contact Jessica Caldas: [log in to unmask] ,  706-254-6750 or visit the website at:

http://www.uga.edu/aiesec/

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4. DOCUMENTARY: Invisible Children- Rough Cut. Sponsored by Invisible Children at UGA. What started out as a film-making adventure in Africa transformed into more when three youngAmericans' original travels took a turn, and they found themselves stranded in Northern Uganda. Here, they discovered children being kidnapped nightly from their homes and subsequently forced to fight as child soldiers in the ranks of a rebel group, the LRA. A Q&A session follows the film. This is a a blue card event. 8:00 p.m. Brumby Hall Rotunda. Contact: [log in to unmask]
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5. COFFEE HOUR. Sponsored by International Student Life Office. An opportunity to  experience new cultures and meet new people while sampling food from around the world. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Contact: 706-542-5867
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**ATTENTION FALL SEMESTER STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS:

6. CREDIT APPROVAL FORM REMINDER

This is a reminder for students attending a non-UGA/external study abroad program or a UGA exchange program (transcript issued by another U.S. or foreign university) to complete the Credit Approval Form and submit the CAF fee before you depart for your study abroad program.

The form serves to let UGA know you will be studying abroad, and to pre-approve your transfer credit, plus to help maintain your eligibility to keep your HOPE and financial aid.  (Students attending UGA sponsored programs will receive resident credit instead and do not need to complete this form.)

The Credit Approval Form will require you to go to the Undergraduate Admissions Office and then to your academic advisor. When it is complete, it should be returned with the CAF fee, to the Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, at least 3 weeks prior to departure. You will not receive any financial aid, including the HOPE scholarship, nor maintain student status at UGA while abroad, if you do not fill out this form -- The CAF serves as the official UGA approval for your study abroad program.

Provided here is the on-line link for the Credit Approval Form: http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_forms.htm. The Credit Approval Form is also available at the OIE Study Abroad Reception Desk and the Study Abroad Library, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street.
You are welcome to call the OIE at 425-3274 with questions and/or to make an appointment with a study abroad advisor!  We are happy to help you with your Credit Approval Form questions!

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7. ABSENTEE BALLOTS: VOTING FROM OVERSEAS THIS FALL!

On November 4, 2008, citizens of the United States of America will cast votes for one third of the Senate, all members of the House of Representatives and a new President. If you will be abroad on election day, take steps NOW so you can be a part of the elections!

Citizens who will be living outside the United States must take a few steps to ensure that they receive an absentee ballot. For those living overseas, even temporarily, there is a federal form called the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA) that is used to request an absentee ballot.
To register to vote and/or apply for an absentee ballot, you can use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) at http://www.fvap.gov/resources/media/fpca.pdf.  The standard FPCA can be obtained from any U.S. embassy or consulate or many American civic groups.  The on-line version, the OFPCA, is accepted by all states and territories.  The on-line OFPCA form must be completed legibly, printed, signed, dated, and mailed to your local election officials. Your state may allow faxing to speed the process, but you will still need to send in the original by mail.  Use an envelope and affix proper postage.
The official U.S. Government web site for overseas absentee voting assistance, http://www.fvap.gov, has a wealth of information about absentee voting, including the state-specific instructions for completing the FPCA form, links to state and local officials, and a downloadable emergency ballot for use by those who register in time but fail to receive an official ballot.
As a general rule, you should try to send in the FPCA so that it reaches your local election officials at least forty-five days before the first election in which you are eligible to vote — ample time for them to process the request and send you a blank ballot.  If applying for both registration and an absentee ballot, you may want to mail the FPCA earlier.
Under normal circumstances, most states and territories begin sending ballots to overseas citizens 30-45 days before an election. This varies…in Georgia, for example, you have to register to vote by 10/06/08 and request your ballot by 10/31/2008.
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8. REGISTER ON-LINE WITH US EMBASSY OVERSEAS:

The Office of International Education recommends that all current study abroad students register with the local US Embassy in your host country. Students may easily register on-line via the US State Department website:
https://travelregistration.state.gov

Travel registration is a free service provided by the U.S. Government to U.S. citizens who are traveling to, or living in, a foreign country. Registration allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad that the Department of State can use to assist you in case of an emergency, and to receive regular safety/security updates issued for residents in your host country while abroad. Americans residing abroad can also get routine information from the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.

Please do take the responsibility to register your stay abroad with the US State Department while on your study abroad program.
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9. OPTIONS ABROAD SESSION
If you are interested in studying, working, volunteering or interning abroad, we encourage you to attend an Options Abroad Session.

In these 50-minute information sessions, we 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., during the fall and spring semesters at the following times:
Monday 3:35-4:25 p.m.
Tuesday 3:30-4:20 p.m.
Thursday 2:00-2:50 p.m.

Please call our office at (706)425-3274 to sign up for a session as there is limited space available.

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10. STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS: Specific information for scholarships that have upcoming deadlines is listed below. You can also visit our website at http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship.htm for a more complete listing of additional scholarships that are available (including HOPE, departmental awards, country-specific awards, etc.)

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-- DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS (for undergraduates) AND FELLOWSHIPS (for graduate students):

On Wednesday, September 10th at 6:30pm in 116 Moore College, a representative from the Institute of International Education will be speaking with interested undergraduate and graduate students about the National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships. Boren Awards provide a unique funding opportunity for U.S. students to study world regions critical to U.S. interests (including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East). The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded.

The Boren Scholarship provides opportunities for undergraduate students to study in countries that are generally underrepresented in study abroad. Boren Scholars are awarded up to $20,000 for an academic year. Application Deadline is February 11, 2009
Individual on-campus deadlines will be earlier than February 11, 2009; please see your campus representative for your on-campus deadline.

The Boren Fellowship allows graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate studies. Boren Fellows are awarded up to $30,000 for two academic years. Application Deadline is January 29, 2009.

Additional information on preferred geographic regions, languages and fields of study and application procedures can be found at www.borenawards.org

For more information please contact Rebecca Cheney in the Honors Program ([log in to unmask]).

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--SECAC GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP TO NORTHERN IRELAND
SPRING 2009 SEMESTER

This is a joint project of the member schools of SECAC (SEC Academic Consortium) and sponsored by IFSA-Butler Foundation.

--Scholarship Award:  $ 8,500 To be subtracted from IFSA program cost; HOPE and/or additional financial aid may also apply; all majors considered.

--One UGA student will be selected to enroll for a full semester of credit at Queen's University, Northern Ireland through the ISFA-Butler study abroad program AND engage in a community service project in Belfast during 2009 Spring semester with other SEC scholarship recipients.
Academic record, financial need and demonstrated leadership potential will be factors in the selection.

--EXTENDED UGA APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Monday, September 22, 2008

--QUB Schools & Departments:  http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/SchoolsDepartments/

--Book of Modules Database:  http://e-info.qub.ac.uk/book_of_modules/

--For more information:  Please schedule an appointment with an OIE study abroad advisor to begin the application process:  Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, Athens, GA  30602 Tel:  706-425-3274.

Additional IFSA Program information:   http://www.ifsa-butler.org/queens-university-belfast.html

What Queen’s University Belfast has to offer
• A major center of cutting-edge academics and research located in the heart of Belfast
• An interesting range of courses in Irish studies
• An active Student Union offers everything from concerts to political debates, more than 140 social, cultural and sports clubs

Housing
• Housing is in the main university housing complex, Queen’s Elms, within easy walking distance
• Students may live in single or double study-bedrooms that share bathroom, kitchen and living facilities
• Students prepare or purchase their own meals

Academics
• Flexible course selection means students can choose from more than 3,000 courses in 100 subjects
• Courses are offered through 21 schools in three faculties: arts, humanities and social sciences; engineering and physical sciences; and medicine, health and life sciences
• Many of the university’s departments rank among the highest in the U.K.
• Students typically take three courses per semester

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-- UGA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION STUDY ABROAD FELLOWSHIP

Up to $3000 study abroad fellowship awarded for selected UGA undergraduates attending a UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program for one semester (Fall or Spring) or full academic year. The Alumni Association Study Abroad Fellowship funds are raised through the UGA Alumni Association and matched by the UGA Foundation Office of International Affairs International Programs Fund.

- Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 minimum GPA. Must not have previously studied abroad for academic credit at the university level. Award based on academic merit, demonstrated financial need, strong faculty recommendation, essay, and overall application. Fellowship recipient must be willing to meet with the Alumni Board (at a mutually convenient regularly scheduled meeting either before departure or within six months of completing study abroad program) and to correspond with designated Alumni Board staff and volunteers. Students must have completed at least one full semester at UGA prior to application and have at least one semester to complete at UGA upon return. (i.e. fellowship cannot be used for the last semester of your degree program in order to participate in post-study abroad campus activities proposed in application essay).

Deadlines (For SPRING study abroad): Oct. 3, 2008

For an application, go to: http://www.uga.edu/oie/docs/sa/scholarship/2008-09_Alumni_Association_Study_Abroad_Fellowship_Application.pdf

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-- BRIDGING SCHOLARSHIPS

The Association of Teachers of Japanese is an international, non-profit, non-political organization of scholars, teachers, and students of Japanese language, literature, and linguistics dedicated to teaching and scholarship and to the exchange of information among teachers and other professionals to help broaden and deepen knowledge and appreciation of Japan and its culture. The Association of Teachers of Japanese Bridging Project offers scholarships to American undergraduate students participating in study-abroad programs in Japan. Funding from private foundations and major U.S. corporations has made it possible for ATJ to award 100 scholarships annually to assist students with the travel and living expenses they will incur while studying abroad in Japan for a semester or an academic year.

Bridging Scholarship recipients receive a stipend of $2,500 (for students on semester-long programs) or $4,000 (for students on academic year programs). Students studying in Japan on summer programs are not eligible to apply.

- Eligibility: Undergraduate students majoring in any field of study are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Japanese language study is not a prerequisite. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and must be enrolled as undergraduates in a college or university in the United States before and during the time they are studying abroad.

Apply for Bridging Scholarships for Spring 2009: Deadline October 6, 2008

Visit: http://www.colorado.edu/ealld/atj/

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--BENJAMIN A. GILMAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:

Spring 2009 Application Website Now Open - Online deadline: Tuesday, October 7, 2008 (11:59 PM Central Standard Time)

Apply now at http://www.iie.org/gilman

--Over 1,200 scholarships of up to $5,000 will be awarded this academic year for U.S. citizen undergraduates to study abroad. Award amounts will vary depending on the length of study and student need with the average award being $4,000.  The Gilman International Scholarship Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by the Institute of International Education.

--Eligibility: Applicants must be studying abroad in the fall, spring or academic year terms.  Summer only programs are not eligible. For undergraduate students who are receiving federal Pell Grant funding at the time of application; cannot be studying abroad in a country currently under a US Department of State Travel Warning or in Cuba.

--Additional Awards for Critical Language Study:  Students who apply for and receive the Gilman Scholarship to study abroad are now eligible to receive an additional $3,000 Critical Need Language Supplement from the Gilman Program for a total possible award of up to $8,000. 25 Critical Need Language Supplements were offered to Gilman Scholarship recipients during the 2007-2008 academic year. There will be an increased number of Supplements this academic year. Critical Need Languages include: Arabic, Chinese, Turkic languages, Persian, Indic languages, Korean, Russian

-For more information & online application:  http://www.iie.org/gilman

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-- STARS (Students Abroad with Regents Support) Financial Aid

UGA Costa Rica is offering two STARS works stipends ($500/each) and two STARS Assistantship ($1000) for the 2007-2008 academic year.
•     Two STARS work stipends are available for students applying for Spring semester, Maymester, Summer or Fall semester programs.
•     One STARS assistantship is available to students applying for the Franklin Spring Semester program.
•     One STARS assistantship is available to students applying for the Land, Language & Culture Fall program.
- STARS work stipend requirements: The STARS work stipend requires recipients to work 50 hours in the UGA Costa Rica Office prior to the departure of their study abroad program. The $500 stipend will be paid through regular UGA payroll. Students currently employed by UGA cannot work more than 19 hours total per week for the University. UGA employed students are eligible to apply pending that he/she can work the total hours prior to his/her program's departure.

To apply complete the application  and submit to the UGA Costa Rica Office.

STARS work stipend deadline (Students applying for the Franklin Spring semester): October 10, 2007 (award notification date - October 17, 2007)

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-- FREEMAN AWARDS FOR STUDY IN ASIA

Freeman-ASIA (Freeman Awards for Study in Asia) is designed to support American undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are planning to study overseas in East or Southeast Asia. In the past, there have been few funding opportunities for study abroad in Asia. However, with the generous support of the Freeman Foundation, the Institute of International Education (IIE) now administers the Freeman-ASIA Awards in order to give more American undergraduate students the means to study in East and Southeast Asia.

Spring 2009 & Early Academic Year 2009-10 Awards-For students applying to study abroad programs of 10 weeks or more with program start date between December-April.

Student Deadline -
Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Adviser Deadline -
Wednesday, October 22, 2008

For more information visit: http://www.iie.org/programs/freeman-asia/

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-- ARCADIA SCHOLARSHIPS:

The Arcadia University Center for Education Abroad has one of the most extensive scholarship programs of any study abroad organization. It provides more than $2 million per year in financial aid and scholarships. Annually, the center distributes hundreds of need-based scholarships ranging between $500 and $2,000 for a full year, semester, term, or summer.

-Who qualifies? Generally, our scholarship funds are intended to help students in specific programs for whom a small amount of financial aid can mean the difference between participation and staying home. Award decisions are based upon a combination of financial need and academic merit. Please note that scholarships can only be applied towards the program fee. In order to apply for a Center for Education Abroad scholarship, you must have applied for financial aid through your home school.

- How can I apply? Scholarship applications and supporting materials will be accepted between February 1 and April 20 for fall and full-year programs, between September 1 and October 15 for spring programs, and between January 1 and March 31 for summer programs. The center notifies award applicants of decisions approximately four weeks after the application deadline for the student's chosen period of study.
If you wish to apply for an Arcadia scholarship, please download a scholarship form. Please apply early in the admissions process. If you have any questions concerning scholarships, e-mail Rosemary Hall, Financial Aid Coordinator, or visit: http://www.arcadia.edu/abroad/default.aspx?id=6773
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11. APPLICATION DEADLINE - UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAMS - SEPT 15, 2008

The Office of International Education will be accepting student applications on September 15 for Spring 2009 UGA Exchange Programs in Brazil, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom.  Additional exchange countries may be available for Fall 2009/Full-year 2009-2010.

Exchange Programs offer the unique opportunity to directly enroll in classes with students from the host university, plus several host universities may also offer language and culture programs. Students abroad on UGA Exchange Programs pay in-state tuition and fees to UGA, housing fees to their host university, plus pay transportation costs to the exchange program destination. Students are eligible to keep HOPE and other UGA financial aid benefits while studying abroad through an exchange program.

--Application Deadline: September 15, 2008 for Spring 2009 programs
       (Fall 2009 Deadline is February 1, 2009)

--For Additional Information: Consult the UGA Programs List on-line at http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_prog.htm

OR

Contact: Colleen Larson, Study Abroad Advisor, Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, E-mail [log in to unmask]

--TO SCHEDULE AN EXCHANGE ADVISING APPOINTMENT: Call the OIE Reception Desk at 706-425-3274  Students should meet with a study abroad advisor prior to submitting an application.

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**ATTENTION RETURNED STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS:

12. STUDY ABROAD PEER ADVISOR PROGRAM

Do you still want to talk about your study abroad experience? Need an interested audience for your study abroad stories and memories? Want to encourage other UGA students to study abroad?

The Office of International Education is looking for peer advisors for the 2008-2009 academic year. We have found that returned students are one of the best resources for encouraging more UGA students to study abroad. Peer advisors assist the study abroad staff by giving presentations about study abroad, leading discussions and serving on student panels. You can choose to participate in as many events as your schedule permits.

If you are interested in becoming a Study Abroad Peer Advisor, please contact Amanda Work at the Office of International Education, [log in to unmask] or 425-3274.

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13. STUDY ABROAD STUDENT EVALUATIONS

Have you recently returned from a Study Abroad program?

We would love to know more about your experiences abroad!

Visit http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_re_eva.htm to fill out an evaluation and have your comments posted in the OIE Study Abroad Library!


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TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SISA-L:  Please visit the Listserv at UGA website at http://listserv.uga.edu/

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Thanks for reading!


Lila R. Grisar
Graduate Assistant, Study Abroad

Office of International Education
University of Georgia
Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor
110 East Clayton Street
Athens, GA  30602

http://www.uga.edu/oie

Study Abroad/Exchange Telephone:  706-425-3274

Study Abroad/Exchange Fax: 706-425-3315

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Lila Grisar

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