EuroScholar Presents at National Conference Her Legal Research Conducted While Studying Abroad in Belgium

By Stacey Hartmann GlobaLinks NewsWire Editor Published research wasn’t the ultimate goal when Charlotte Luks decided to study abroad, but her semester in Belgium through the EuroScholars program resulted in just that kind of achievement, as well as her presentation of her findings last week at a national conference. Majoring in human rights law and … Continue reading

EuroScholars Announces Spring 2012 Awards Recipients

EuroScholars, a unique study abroad program in which advanced students from the United States and Canada conduct research at high caliber European institutions while taking language and culture classes, has announced students who are receiving its spring 2012 scholarships. The scholarship recipients are: Anne Patterson, Iowa State University, Leiden University, Biology, Institutional Award. Catherine Lewis, … Continue reading

EuroScholar’s Academic Achievements Get Notice From Campus Publications

Hampshire College Features EuroScholar In Article EuroScholar Charlotte Luks, a second-year student at Hampshire College, is conducting a semester-long field study in human rights at the Katholieke Universiteit (K.U. Leuven) in Leuven, a city in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Luks works under the direction of Professor Geert van Calster, head of the university’s department … Continue reading

EuroScholar In The News

Kerri Hunter Recounts Rock Festivals, Volcanic Eruptions And Scientific Research Abroad For Home University Web Site Kerri Hunter, a University of Manitoba graduate who recently did research at the University of Helsinki through the EuroScholars program, is a featured student on her university’s web site for her adventurous exchange experience – which included volcanic eruptions, … Continue reading

EuroLearn Students Get Travel Savvy During Volcanic Ash Disruption

No planes? Then trains, ferries, buses and taxis are just the ticket By Stacey Hartmann University students abroad consider airplanes a “given” travel choice when exploring other countries and regions. But last month, Canadian student Kerri Hunter and American student Carolyn Goebel found themselves with no airline options after ash from Iceland’s erupting Eyjafallajokull volcano … Continue reading

EuroLearn Announces Spring 2010 EuroScholars Awards

Four North American Students Receive Awards To Do Undergraduate Research Abroad In Europe Four North American Students will get extra financial support as they venture off in spring 2010 to do research at various universities in Europe through the EuroScholars program, designed for advanced undergraduate students and postgraduates looking for international research experience. The scholarship … Continue reading

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