CWRU Study Abroad Advisor Receives Outstanding New Professional Award
The Center for International Affairs is proud to announce that one of our own study abroad advisors in the Office of Education Abroad, Autumn Beechler, was recently awarded the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Region VI Dorothy Brickman award for Outstanding New Professional. The award is presented to NAFSA members who have made significant contributions to their campus, their regional NAFSA organization, and the field of international education. NAFSA is the world’s largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange and Region VI is comprised of international education professionals living and working in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Last Chance to Apply for a Fall and Academic Year Study Abroad
Nominated by Cami Thompson, CWRU’s International Student and Scholar Liaison, Autumn was recommended for always “going above and beyond in the Office of Education Abroad.” In addition to advising students on study abroad options, Autumn also is actively involved in campus leadership development as well as expanding the office’s outreach; including representing the Center for International Affairs at over 30 fairs, orientations, presentations, and panels. Additionally, she was selected to present to her colleagues and peers at both the 2013 and 2014 Regional NAFSA Conferences held in Indiana and Kentucky.
We congratulate Autumn on being recognized for her excellent professionalism and are delighted to have Region VI’s Outstanding Professional right here on our very own CWRU campus. If you want to come and meet Autumn to learn about all of your study abroad options, contact email@example.com. You can also visit our website at www.case.edu/studyabroad.
Apply now for our fall and academic year study abroad programs. View all of the programs and meet with a study abroad advisor.The deadline for fall and academic year programs is March 1.
Summer Faculty Directed Study Abroad Courses Deadline Extended to March 15!
CWRU faculty are directing several study abroad courses this summer. From politics to engineering to art history, there is a program perfect for every student. Visit our website to search the summer options.
Want to Study Abroad for More of the Summer?
CWRU has many approved summer study abroad options around the world. Visit our website to see all summer study abroad options. The deadline for most
summer programs is April 1—some are earlier, so make an appointment today!
Learn about Pre-Med Study Abroad Options
Meet with Pre-Health Advisor Stephen Scherger and your study abroad advisors on Monday, March 2, at 5:30 in the Tinkham Veale University Center to learn about study abroad opportunities for pre-med students. Join us after the Dean’s Study Break to explore your options! Can't make the meeting? Contact our study abroad advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
All About Research Abroad, Thursday March 19th, 4 pm Tomlinson 135
Discover the research abroad opportunities available to you. Hosted by SOURCE (Support of Undergraduate Research & Creative Endeavors) and the Office of Education Abroad, All About Research Abroad will show you where to find opportunities to take your research overseas for a summer, a semester, or even post-graduation. Let us show you how.
Featured Program: ENGR 200 in Tianjin China
Take ENGR 200: Statics and Strength of materials at Tianjin University in Tianjin, China! The course, offered May 25-June 11, 2015, includes morning classes with recitation and homework sessions in the afternoon. Culture events will be held in the evening. During the weekend, there will be group tours in Beijing and Tianjin including visiting the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, and many other exciting places!
The deadline for summer faculty led programs has been extended to March 15th! Apply today!