At 23, I was given the opportunity to see the beauty of God’s creation in so many places across the globe. It’s safe to say that going on Semester at Sea has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Semester at Sea took learning to a whole new level, way beyond the corners of a classroom. It didn’t just offer me four months of adventure; it gave me the world.
Claire Joseph found her passion for teaching, traveling and world cultures through her program’s study abroad opportunity in France.
As the saying goes, pictures are worth a thousand words. But do photos capture every nuance of feeling, like one or two lines of poetry can? William DeSena, a CU-Boulder film studies student who spent the spring 2014 semester at sea through CU-Boulder’s Study Abroad program, found that in poetry he could capture the steps of his journey in a way that retained sensory detail, beyond the still imagery of a photo.
According to Stanford English professor and rhetorician Andrea Lunsford, students today are writing more than ever before - just in forms unseen or unacknowledged in writing instruction.
Lunsford saw some of this enthusiastic, socially engaged student writing when she recently taught in a Semester at Sea.
Alden Jones is a strong, curious, generous woman and these, among other qualities, are reflected not only in her writing but also in the way she chooses
If you could jump on a flight to an unknown destination at 5 a.m. tomorrow, would you do it? If you had to pack your belongings in one backpack, not knowing anything about the weather or destination, could you?
Brittany Smith did.
Brittany App shares photos from Portugal at 15C North County resident Brittany App will share photographs she took on recent travels in Portugal at 15C Wine …
Semester at Sea is my study abroad program, and one that has thrust me squarely out of my zone of reference.
LIHUE – Carly Matsumoto stumbled across the game of lacrosse when she was a freshman at the University of San Diego.
Kristen Forti, a 2012 graduate of Hillsborough High School, and a junior attending Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland, will continue her environmental studies during the fall semester with the Institute for Shipboard Education.