UW Students study abroad
Pinedale’s Jami Anderson going to Dublin, Ireland
February 21, 2007
Laramie, Wyoming) – This spring, 79 University of Wyoming students are studying abroad through programs coordinated by the International Programs Office. From Pinedale, Jami Anderson will be participating in the program going to Dublin, Ireland.
The study abroad and exchange programs give UW students an opportunity to experience cultural diversity while fulfilling personal and academic goals in an overseas setting. Programs placing students in locations throughout the world are available for undergraduates majoring in any field. UW credit is awarded upon return when approved in advance by UW.
To participate in a study abroad or exchange program, students must meet GPA and other eligibility requirements set by individual programs. This spring 79 UW students are studying abroad in various locations, including 17 who are participating in the London Semester. The London Semester is a three-month program in which groups from United States universities take classes taught by American professors and British faculty. UW faculty member Tracey Patton, associate professor in the Department of Communication and Journalism, is accompanying the UW students.
Information compiled from a University of Wyoming news release.
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