Student Snapshots: EuroScholar Reflects On Netherlands Experience, AsiaLearn Video Blogger’s First Glimpses In Thailand, King’s College Circus Student Makes Local News, Canadian Degree Student Recognized By Bond Uni For Academics

Europe EuroScholars Alumna Idu Azogu Shares Her EuroScholars Experience on YouTube Idu Azogu, a Rutgers University psychology major with a 2010 expected graduation, was interviewed by her university’s Office of Research and Instructional Technology recently for a video on her EuroScholars experience, which involved a research project at Leiden University in the Netherlands near Amsterdam. … Continue reading

University Highlights: Bubbles in Ireland, Brews in New Zealand, Nature Make-Overs In Australia

Ireland Trinity College Dublin’s Science Gallery Bursting with BUBBLE Exhibition Fizz, foams and physics are on display this month via the BUBBLE: DON’T BURST IT  exhibition at the Pearse Street Science Gallery. BUBBLE at Science Gallery explores the physics of foams and bubbles and was developed in collaboration with leading physicists Professor Denis Weaire and … Continue reading

International Education On Greener Habits Vital To Climate Change Reversal

In Work and Life Settings, Individual Efforts Multiply For Greater Environmental Impact If you check out the latest issue of International Educator, the flagship bi-monthly magazine of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, you’ll see an article starting on page 54 titled “Going ‘Green’” and exploring how international education offices and organizations are taking on an … Continue reading

Researching Rare Species

Part Bird, Part Pig, Part Mole … Long-Beaked Echidna In New Guinea Adds Intrigue To Mammal Research Just when you think the world can’t possibly surprise you, you see the oddest looking animal you’ve ever imagined featured in The New York Times/International Herald Tribune. A particularly interesting excerpt from the article: “Muse Opiang was working … Continue reading

Three Questions For … Jessica Dorsey

First Law EuroScholar From America Talks Of Problem-Solving, Multiculturalism And Speaking Dutch May 7, 2009 – We just checked in with Jessica Dorsey, a law student from Topeka, Kan., and the first American law student to participate in the EuroScholars program, to ask her “Three Questions” about her experience abroad. The 27-year-old student of Washburn … Continue reading

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