The most recent edition of NAFSA's International Educator magazine features a photo of IFSA-Butler students in Peru, as well as quotes from Laura Balbuena, IFSA-Butler's resident director in Peru. The article, which focuses on women in Latin America, includes a photo of our…Continue
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Christopher Morriss, a student from University of Vermont who studied abroad at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú during Fall 2009, has been accepted to Peace Corps Ecuador. Christopher is a premedical student and he intends to enter medical school after his service in the Peace Corps. He hopes to use his Spanish language skills as a doctor and, if the opportunity presents itself, practice medicine abroad.
"I believe my time with IFSA-Butler in Peru was key towards my…Continue
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College of Charleston student Sarah Kate Hampton was invited to present her final paper written for her Women's Human Rights class in Ireland at a SEWSA conference (Southeastern Women's Studies Association). Sarah Kate studied at the National University of Ireland in Galway during the Fall of 2009.
"I think that I only could have written that paper with the resources that I had explored in my class. We studied European Women's Studies scholars, which is an area that I had…Continue
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Esther Uduehi, a senior at Indiana University Bloomington, studied abroad during the Fall of 2009 at Oxford University in England through IFSA-Butler. Due to her outstanding achievements in chemistry and mathematics, Esther was recently named a 2011 Rhodes Scholar. This scholarship will enable Esther to continue her studies at Oxford for up to three years. We are extremely proud of Esther's great achievements and we wish her continued success at Oxford University!
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