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Students Interested in Study Abroad weekly announcements

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Greetings All--

Below you will find the most recent posting to the SISA-L Listserv (Students Interested in Study Abroad) for the week of September 29, 2008.

In each listserv message there is information for students who are currently abroad, those who are thinking of going abroad, and those who have returned. We will also direct you to some of the many internationally-themed events that happen each week on campus.

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: OCT 15 & 16, 2008. COME LEARN ABOUT YOUR PROGRAM OPTIONS. VOLUNTEERS ALSO NEEDED AT THE FAIR.
2.      2008 INTERNATIONAL PHOTO CONTEST-NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS! DEADLINE: THURSDAY OCTOBER 30, 2008.
3.      2ND ANNUAL GLOBAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE, OCTOBER 2008
4.      CAMPUS COFFEE HOUR: SPONSORED THIS WEEK BY THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION. FRI, OCT. 10, 11:30-1:30.
5.      EXHIBITION: FROM THE COLLECTION - THE AUTHORITY OF THE MEXICAN MURALISTS.
6.      VOLUNTEER SPANISH INTERPRETER’S NEEDED FOR PARENT CONFERENCES IN LOCAL SCHOOLS
7.      STUDYING ABROAD AND NEED TO MAKE HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS? FACEBOOK GROUP FOR OFF CAMPUS HOUSING: FOR PRE- AND POST-STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS
8.      "INSIDE NORTH KOREA", A DOCUMENTARY. 7:00PM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH,SLC 251
9.      FREE CONCERT: CUTTING EDGE CUBAN MUSIC! ARTISTS GEMA CORREDERA, PAVEL URKIZA & FERNANDO FAVIER. RAMSEY HALL, OCT. 15 AT 8:00 P.M.


FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN STUDYING, WORKING, OR INTERNING ABROAD:

10.     CONSIDERING STUDY ABROAD? GET STARTED BY ATTENDING AN OPTIONS ABROAD SESSION
11. SURVEY: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY VISITED THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD
12. DEADLINE FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE IN COSTA RICA APPLICATIONS, NOVEMBER 13.
13. UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS:

-- GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP(EXTENDED DEADLINE! NOW DUE OCT. 13)

-- SECAC GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP TO NORTHERN IRELAND, SPRING 2009 SEMESTER (EXTENDED DEADLINE: OCTOBER 10!) Scholarship Award:  $8,500

-- FREEMAN AWARDS FOR STUDY IN ASIA (DUE OCT. 15)

-- ARCADIA SCHOLARSHIPS (DUE SEPT. 1- OCT. 15)

-- GRADUATE STUDENTS 2009 INTERNATIONAL DISSERTATION RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION (DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 5, 2008)

-- NAFSA: ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS AND ABROAD VIEW, ESSAY CONTEST (DEADLINE NOVEMBER 14, 2008)


FOR STUDENTS RETURNED FROM STUDY ABROAD:

14.     PEER ADVISOR SPOT: OPPORTUNITIES FOR GETTING INVOLVED
15.     STUDY ABROAD ON-LINE EVALUATIONS

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1. 24th ANNUAL STUDY, WORK, AND TRAVEL ABROAD FAIR: TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY OCT 15 & 16: COME LEARN ABOUT PROGRAM OPTIONS. VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED AT THE FAIR!

The 24th Annual Study, Work, and Travel Abroad Fair will be held on Wednesday, October 16 and Thursday, October 16, 2008, 10 am - 3 pm, Student Learning Center, SLC Rotunda, 4th Floor.

As a visitor we encourage you to come to the fair on BOTH DAYS, as the hall will be filled with different study abroad programs each day. You’ll learn about exciting upcoming opportunities to go abroad and have a chance to talk with peer advisors who have returned from their own study abroad experience! 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!

ALSO…We invite you to help us make this fair a success as a volunteer! Volunteers are needed for all parts of the day, including set-up, break-down, and in-fair activities. Help is needed from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm, for any portion that you are available. Donate an hour of your time, or two, or more!

If you want to sign up as a volunteer, contact Lila Grisar at [log in to unmask] Mention which day and which hour slots you can come join us between 7 am and 5 pm at the SLC for this fun UGA event!

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2. 2008 INTERNATIONAL PHOTO CONTEST--NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS! DEADLINE: THURSDAY OCTOBER 30, 2008. AWARDS CEREMONY: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2008.

The Office of International Education invites you to participate in this year’s international photo competition! The contest is open to all UGA students who have traveled outside the United States and all international students who are currently studying at UGA. The contest puts a spotlight on talented young student photographers while bringing bit of the world home to the UGA community through pictures. Last year’s competition had more than 300 entries!

Exciting Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place for the following categories: Landscape, People & Culture, New Perspective. Winners will be announced at Campus Coffee Hour on Friday November 14, 2008 in Memorial Hall Ballroom which runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 pm. This event will be co-sponsored by ASHA for Education. (Photo Contestants will be notified in advance of the exact time for the awards presentation.)
All photo entries will be on display at this Campus Coffee Hour. Each person who attends Coffee Hour will be invited to cast their vote for the People's Choice Award. This winner will also be announced during Coffee Hour.
For complete contest rules, an entry form, and pictures from previous year’s contests, visit: http://www.uga.edu/oie/pc_contest.htm

Questions? E-mail Lila Grisar, Graduate Assistant, Office of Study Abroad: [log in to unmask]

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3. 2ND ANNUAL GLOBAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE, OCTOBER 2008

The International Student Life Office would like to announce their 2nd Annual Global Leadership Institute, a series of internationally-focused seminars that enable UGA students to enhance global competencies that inform cultural awareness, promote cross-cultural appreciation and advance engagement in the global community. All currently enrolled UGA students who are interested in gaining international experience and learning more about the world are cordially invited. Students will participate in interactive workshops that teach foundational information concerning global leadership and cross cultural competencies, lead by the Institute's engaging faculty. To culminate the Institute, certificates are awarded to students who attend three of four seminars.

Location for All Seminars: Tate Student Center, Room 137 @ 7-8:30PM
Seminar Dates:
Monday, October 6 - Global Leadership
Monday, October 13 - inTune toLead: Upgrading Your Cultural Playlist
Monday, October 20 - Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands?: Exploring Cross-Cultural Communication
Thursday, October 23 - Creating an Internationalized College Experience


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4. COFFEE HOUR: Friday, OCTOBER 10th

Sponsored by International Student Life Office. This week’s sponsor is the UGA Office of International Education. 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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5. EXHIBITION: FROM THE COLLECTION - THE AUTHORITY OF THE MEXICAN MURALISTS.

Sponsored by Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art. Works inspired by the aesthetics and philosophies of Diego Rivera and other Mexican muralists. Through Sunday, November 2, 2008. Lamar Dodd Gallery, Georgia Museum of Art. Contact: http://www.uga.edu/gamuseum/exhibitions/index.html

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6. VOLUNTEER SPANISH INTERPRETER’S NEEDED FOR PARENT CONFERENCES IN LOCAL SCHOOLS

*Clarke County School District* is gearing up for its Fall parent-teacher conferences scheduled October 21 to October 22.  We are in great need of Spanish interpreters.  It is critical that all parents be empowered with the ability to accurately and substantially track the progress of their children through school.  Those in the community who have strong bilingual skills can make a significant contribution by playing the interpreter role twice a year in these conferences.

The first step in making this contribution would be to sign up as a volunteer on HandsOn Northeast Georgia.  The website is below.  Then, you will then be given instructions on how to revisit the website and signup for a school and a time period.  Your willingness to do this makes for a stronger Athens-Clarke County Community. *

 www.handsonnortheastgeorgia.org <http://www.handsonnortheastgeorgia.org/>

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7. STUDYING ABROAD AND NEED TO MAKE HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS? FACEBOOK GROUP FOR OFF CAMPUS HOUSING (FOR PRE- AND POST-STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS)

Are you studying abroad next Fall or Spring and need someone to rent your apartment? Are you returning from a study abroad program and need a new place to live?

Join the "Housing Pre and Post Study Abroad" Facebook Group at
http://uga.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10170600903&ref=share

   If you are planning to study abroad or returning soon, the group is
   designed to help you work with other students to solve off-campus
   housing issues. Find roommates, lease your apartment, and post your
   want-ads on the discussion board.

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8. “INSIDE NORTH KOREA”: Documentary Showing 7:00PM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH,SLC 251

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9. FREE CONCERT: CUTTING EDGE CUBAN MUSIC! Artists Gema Corredera and Pavel Urkiza (Gema y Pavel) will be performing with percussionist Fernando Favier in Ramsey Hall On Oct. 15 at 8:00

Willson Center Visiting Artists Gema Corredera and Pavel Urkiza (Gema y Pavel) will be performing with percussionist Fernando Favier in Ramsey Hall On Oct. 15 at 8:00.  The concert is FREE and open to the public.  Come and enjoy this opportunity to hear cutting-edge Cuban music in Athens!  Spread the word!

The duo Gema & Pavel helped to found what is now widely recognized as a new sound in contemporary Cuban popular music, one that blends traditional Cuban forms with jazz, flamenco, African, and other musical traditions.   Leaving Cuba in the early 1990’s, their style coalesced abroad and all four of their albums were produced in Spain.  While their professional careers developed abroad, their influence on music-making on the island has been tremendous.  Their unique sound led to a shift in the way that many young singer-songwriters conceived of “Cuban” music, and their dense, jazz-inflected aesthetic noticeably permeates the work of many younger artists.  This influence extends to the realm of musical production, and Pavel Urkiza has also served as the music director for a number of artists’ albums, including the eponymous albums by singer-songwriter Yusa (EMI 2000) and the collective known as Habana Abierta (BMG Ariola 1997) as well as the latter group’s second album,  24 Horas, (BMG Ariola 1999). The duo has toured extensively in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe, as well as in the United States. Their latest collaborations have been in combining contemporary Cuban music and flamenco with artists Ketama, Alejandro Sanz, and Tomasito among others, and their songs are frequently covered by artists throughout the Spanish –speaking world.

Percussionist Fernando Favier, who tours and performs with the duo, is widely considered to be one of the most versatile Cuban percussionists living and working in Spain.  Trained at Havana’s prestigious Instituto Superior de Arte as a concert percussionist, Favier is widely recognized for his talents in a variety of percussion styles.  He has become a sought after percussionist who can fuse Cuban drumming styles with the flamenco tradition and his collaborations include projects with Joaquin Cortés, Antonio Canales, Ninna Pastori, Alejandro Sanz, and Tino D’Geraldo.

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FOR THOSE THINKING OF STUDYING, WORKING ABROAD…

10. 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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11. SURVEY:

Have you recently visited the Offices of Study Abroad? Met with a Study Abroad Advisor or participated in an Options Abroad Session? If so, please follow this link to complete a survey about your experience in our office.
http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_eva.html

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12. DEADLINE FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE IN COSTA RICA APPLICATIONS, NOVEMBER 13. SPONSORED BY THE WILLSON CENTER FOR HUMANITIES AND ARTS. SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 5:00 P.M. THROUGH THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008. CONTACT: 706-542-3966, [log in to unmask]

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13. 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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--   GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP(EXTENDED DEADLINE! NOW DUE OCT. 13)

BENJAMIN A. GILMAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:

Students participating in study abroad programs during the Spring 2009 semester must submit an online application by 11:59 pm central time on October 13th.  The online application is available at https://gilmanapplication.iie.org

This year the Gilman Program will award over 1,200 scholarships to students participating in study abroad programs during the 2008-2009 academic year.  There has never been a better time to apply.

To review eligibility, deadlines and profiles of past scholarship recipients please visit the Gilman website at http://www.iie.org/gilman

Contact Us:

Applicants:

[log in to unmask]

713-621-6300 ext 25

--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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-- SECAC GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP TO NORTHERN IRELAND, SPRING 2009 SEMESTER (EXTENDED DEADLINE THROUGH OCTOBER 10!)
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.
This is a joint project of the member schools of SECAC (SEC Academic Consortium) and sponsored by IFSA-Butler Foundation

-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 as soon as possible:  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 can be found at:   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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-- 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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GRADUATE STUDENTS 2009 INTERNATIONAL DISSERTATION RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION (DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 5, 2008)

Announcing the 2009 IDRF Competition
Deadline: November 5, 2008 (9:00 p.m. EST)
Apply Online

The International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) Program supports
distinguished graduate students in the humanities and social sciences
conducting dissertation research outside the United States. The IDRF Program is administered by the Social Science Research Council in consultation with the American Council of Learned Societies and funding provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The IDRF is committed to empirical and site-specific research that advances
knowledge about non-U.S. cultures and societies (involving fieldwork, research
in archival or manuscript collections, or quantitative data collection). The
program promotes research that is situated in a specific discipline and
geographical region and is engaged with interdisciplinary and cross-regional
perspectives.

Eligibility
The program is open to full-time graduate students in the humanities and
social sciences—regardless of citizenship—enrolled in doctoral programs in the
United States. Applicants must have completed all Ph.D. requirements except
on-site dissertation research by the time the fellowship begins or by December
2009, whichever comes first.

Terms of Support
Fellowships will provide support for nine to twelve months of dissertation
research. Seventy-five fellowships of approximately $20,000 will be awarded in
2009. The fellowship must be held for a single continuous period within the
eighteen months between July 2009 and December 2010.

Apply Online
For more detailed information and to apply, visit the IDRF website:

http://programs.ssrc.org/idrf/

The IDRF Program is administered by the Social Science Research Council in
consultation with the American Council of Learned Societies and funding
provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Read more about it here.

The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) brings necessary knowledge to
critical social issues. To learn more about us and to support our work, please
visit our website.

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NAFSA: Association of International Educators and Abroad View, the global education magazine for students, are hosting an essay contest for your chance to become the next Student Diplomat.  Your students are invited to submit a compelling story that articulates how their undergraduate international experience(s) has helped meet the United States' need to understand global situations and compete in the global arena.

The deadline for entries is November 14, 2008 and the winner will be awarded a cash prize of $150 and an STA Travel voucher worth $300.

To learn more, visit http://www.nafsa.org/studentdiplomat


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**ATTENTION RETURNED STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS:

12. ATTENTION PEER ADVISORS FOR STUDY ABROAD


Thanks for attending last week’s Peer Advisor Orientation Meetings! We are excited to work with you this year. Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming reminders and confirmations about volunteering at the Study Abroad Fair.

If you have traveled abroad and would like to learn more about our peer advisor program, please contact Amanda Work at [log in to unmask] or 706-425-3274.

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.

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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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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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