Stories in this issue include BU Study Abroad explores a new program in Ghana, profiles of three international Advance Standing Dental students, a conversation with the new Assistant Director for International Student Initiatives, anniversary celebrations for CELOP and BU Study Abroad Washington DC and more.
Stories in this issue include a history lesson on BU’s earliest international students, profiles of three faculty members on scholar exchange in Italy, CELOP’s partnership with SAR, guidance on travel to Cuba, academic internships in DC & LA, and more.
Stories in this issue include travel safety & planning tools for every activity, international student athletes, BU’s faculty exchange agreement with University of Padua, the ISSO’s collaboration with CELOP in responding to a new immigration requirement, and more.
Stories in this issue include BU’s placement in the latest Open Doors rankings, highlights from recent Study Abroad city site anniversaries, Global Programs partnerships with ERC and International Admissions, a faculty spotlight profile, a postcard from Nepal, and more.
Stories in this issue include participation in Global Days of Service around the world, the GSDM’s Global Elective Externship program expanding into China, Venice Study Abroad students’ art show awards, BU Law and CELOP’s expanded partnership, BU’s momentum in Asia, a postcard from Baños, Ecuador, and more.
Stories in this issue include new resources from Global Programs, the global outreach of the Framingham Heart Study, new opportunities for academic travel to Cuba, international scholars recognized with awards, Study Abroad’s new Rio program, CELOP’s partnership with the College of Engineering, and more.
Stories in this issue include the Boston University Program on Crisis Response and Reporting’s prestigious Gates Award win; BU’s inclusion in the EU PhD Program; six faculty who won Fulbrights, development of six new study abroad programs, a postcard from Zambia, and more.
In this first issue of Global Connections, read about the CAS Archaeology Department’s Iraq project, record numbers of students studying abroad, CELOP’s innovative language support programs, the unprecedented number of new international students, a Postcard from…Geneva, and more.