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Heather Vaupel (left), an Eastern graduate who majored in Spanish, Corinne Mausehund (middle), a biology senior, and Rolando “Roly” Monte de Oca (right), a biology and neuroscience double major, laugh and talk amongst themselves during the Study Abroad Fair in the University Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union Thursday afternoon. The trio went to Costa Rica and took their Spanish lessons at Véritas Universidad. Monte de Oca said studying abroad is literally life-changing; he proposed to Mausehund during the trip, and they got married just a month ago.

FEATURE PHOTO: Love and study abroad

Logan Raschke, Managing Editor January 31, 2020

Heather Vaupel (left), an Eastern graduate who majored in Spanish, Corinne Mausehund (middle), a biology senior, and Rolando “Roly” Monte de Oca (right), a biology and neuroscience double major, laugh...

Students share study abroad tips, experiences

Logan Raschke, Staff Reporter September 26, 2018

Students Pamela Padilla and Esther Simon shared their experiences studying abroad and advice for interested students at the Catch Flights, Not Feelings discussion Wednesday afternoon. Padilla, a junior...

Christiane Eydt-Beebe, foreign languages department chair, talks with Eastern student Paul Blanchard about study abroad opportunities at the Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 5.

Students learn about studying in other countries at fair

Adam Tumino, Staff Reporter September 5, 2018

Both aspiring and experienced world travelers gathered in the Grand Ballroom at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union for the Fall 2018 Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 5. The event ran from 10 a.m. until...

Study abroad opportunities to be presented at fair Wednesday

Nick Marsili, Staff Reporter September 4, 2018

Any students interested in studying abroad should check out the Eastern’s study abroad fair. It will be held on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the University Ballroom at the Martin Luther King...

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Jinhee Lee, Asian studies coordinator and history professor encourages students to pick up fliers about teaching and studying abroad in South Korea, Japan and China.

Teaching, studying in Asia offered to Eastern students

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter September 28, 2017

Students learned about opportunities to teach and study in Asia during an information session Thursday. Natalya Rodriguez, a representative from the Consulate-General’s Office of Japan in Chicago,...

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Alysh Oetzel, a junior foreign language and communication disorders and sciences major, shares her experience of studying abroad in Costa Rica during the summer of 2017. She did a four-week long program with other Eastern students and a separate course on her own, where she enrolled directly into the Universidad Veritas in San Jose.

Students share experiences in Latin America

Kennedy Nolen , Multicultural Reporter September 18, 2017

  Five presenters shared their study abroad experiences in a panel called “From the Eyes of Latinos” in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union as part of Latin Heritage month. Alysh...

Study abroad fair hopes to expand worlds

Brooke Schwartz, Contributing Writer September 12, 2017

Students can catch a glimpse into other cultures at the Study Abroad fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the University Ballroom of Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. The fair is designed...

Students to share why to study in Asia

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter April 17, 2017

Students will share their experiences studying abroad in Asia during a panel at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in room 2761 of Coleman Hall. Kurt Olausen, director of study abroad, will give an overview of the programs...

CAA discusses study abroad, downsizing

Samuel Nusbaum, Administration Reporter November 10, 2016

The Council on Academic Affairs discussed study abroad courses and downsizing itself at its meeting Thursday. The CAA also voted to add a new course to the psychology department’s course catalog....

Study abroad office ensures safety to students abroad

Kennedy Nolen, Staff Reporter November 1, 2016

When unexpected or traumatic events happen in other countries, the Office of Study Abroad at Eastern has one main priority for students who are overseas: their safety. Disasters like the terrorist attacks...

French professor feels connected with Eastern’s staff, students

Janet Pernell, Multicultural Reporter October 20, 2016

  Hailing from a Big Ten university, new French professor Ryan Schroth said he already feels connected with both his students and coworkers. He received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison...

Financial aid offered for study abroad programs

Megan Noonan, Contributing Writer October 17, 2016

  Many students believe that it costs more to attend study abroad than usual tuition. George Anaman, a graduate student who works in the study abroad office, said that is a myth. Rachel Lindhart,...

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