Two study abroad events in DC and Boston...
As educators, as students, or as travelers, when we return from experiences abroad everything around us suggests that it’s time to return to “normal living,” life as it is, and by extension life as it should be. The mismatch between these strong environmental pressures to return to normal and our own deeply felt changes can lead to varying degrees of reverse culture shock.
"I wended my way through and the crowds parted like the sea before Moses…Schoolchildren openly gawked, jaws gaping...Men watched my every move as if I might pull out a handgun and start shooting at any moment…
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One can argue that the United States’ approach to higher education is resulting in higher costs for study abroad.
I'm really proud of the work that has been put into this new teleworkshop: Short-Term Study Abroad Crossroads: Where Planning Missteps Meet Cultural Blunders.
For many, Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" film will be a story about romance and comedy. But for me, this film was about boomerangs and frisbees. Boomerangs and frisbees? I know, this seems very odd. Bear with me.
INSEAD research by William Maddux states that study abroad increases creativity.