CWRU Students Make the World a Classroom!
CWRU students and faculty traveled to 10 different countries over spring break this year, linking information learned in the classroom with immersive cultural experiences. Nearly 150 students explored The Netherlands, France, Poland, Germany, Nicaragua, Uganda, Jordan, Chile, Guatemala, and United Kingdom on 11 different study abroad programs. Most CWRU-organized spring break programs carry academic credit, but service learning opportunities are also available.
Studying abroad enriches the academic experience by creating connections with your fellow students, with other cultures, and with the classroom material. CWRU offers a variety of programs; one is sure to fit your needs and your interests! To explore all your options for study abroad, visit our website or email us.
Winter Break Study Abroad Information Session
The weather may be warming up, but it's not too early to start thinking about your plans for next winter! Come to an information session on Thursday, April 7 at 4:00 in 135 Tomlinson to learn all about short-term study abroad programs over winter break. Earn credit while spending a week in places like India, Ecuador, or Spain! Visit our website to learn more.
International Achievement Dinner: April 11, 2016
The Center for International Affairs will host the International Achievement Dinner on Monday, April 11. We will honor faculty, staff, and students who have engaged in significant international experiences throughout the year. We will also reveal the photo contest winners at the event. Ambassador Richard L. Armitage, former Deputy Secretary of State and President of Armitage International, will serve as the guest speaker. To buy tickets to the event, please register here.