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Life Abroad: Student Stories

I Hate to Travel, But… Part 3

This is the third blog in this series, so hopefully by now you know that there are many things I hate about traveling: Alerting my banks and phone carrier that I’ll be traveling Airline food Lost luggage Flight delays and... MORE

Desert Foods Addresses Local Food Inequality

  “I’ve always felt very passionate about making your own corner of the world better. Even though we are Global Scholars with a global emphasis, there are a lot of problems right here in Tulsa we can fix,” says Darcy... MORE

I Hate to Travel, But… Part 2

In my first blog, I wrote about my dislike of travel, but my love of being fascinated. Another reason I travel, despite swollen ankles and blown eardrums when I fly, is because even as a 45-year-old woman who has a... MORE

CGE’s 2017 Highlights

This year has been eventful and exciting for all of us here at the Center for Global Education! We’re so proud and thankful for our study abroad graduates, exchange students, new Global Scholars, and our student and full-time staff members.... MORE

Brazil to Spain: International Student Abroad

My name is Renan, I’m a Chemical Engineering senior, studied abroad in Spain, and I am an international student from Brazil. As a freshman, for some reason studying abroad sounded like a program only American students could do, but later... MORE

New Global Scholars Selected

Global Scholars is an interdisciplinary academic program that engages students in global issues. Students are selected through a competitive application process, and admitted students range from accounting to biochemistry. Students begin with two courses, the first covering seven global challenges... MORE

I Hate to Travel, But…

At the Center for Global Education we hear students express a love of travel, a wanderlust, and a passion for new places. I would never admit it to students, but I hate traveling. It’s very expensive, exhausting, unpredictable and fraught... MORE

The Pursuit of “Hygge”

The sound of rain hitting the windows and running in the gutters woke me, and the warmth of my duvet was just right in comparison to the chill of our room. I wake up every morning in Kobenhavn K, which... MORE

Photo Contest Winners

Here are the winners of the 2017 Center for Global Education Photo Contest. First Place Winners Second Place Winners Third Place Winners <!– Embera JumpstartTU students canoe down the Chagres River to visit Embera Village, home to one of five... MORE

Global Graduates 2017

The Center for Global Education is proud to recognize our inaugural class of Global Graduates. This select group of graduating students are distinguished for excelling academically, contributing to the TU campus community, and partaking in unique experiences abroad. Our 2017... MORE