Italian Good Friday celebration reveals that rituals can build community.
Many questions strayed from the intended subject at “A Leadership Conversation with President Zimmer.”
The forum previously known as “Coffee and Donuts with President Zimmer” has been renamed “A Leadership Conversation with Zimmer,” while some student groups have chosen to have their “Coffee and Donuts” without him.
The study of tongues other than English should play a larger role in UChicago’s academic culture.
While starting a new life in a new country, hitting the streets can be just as educational as hitting the books.
One doesn’t have to travel far to experience different ways of thinking, or to realize that culture shock happens at home too.
An experience with a new culture can force you to reexamine your relationship with your own.
Second-, third-, and fourth-years are eligible to apply for this competitive program.
Cultural run-ins abroad can lead to thoughtful consideration of stereotypes, preconceptions.
The University adds its 17th Civilizations study abroad program in Istanbul, Turkey.
The Office of Study Abroad has been consulting with faculty over a successor to the Cape Town semester.
Study Abroad should expand programs in underrepresented areas.
The Cairo program will take place next year in Morocco, while the Cape Town program will not be offered at all.
Though transformative in the movies, traveling abroad does not alone bring personal growth.
The subtle strategies of wine tasting can be applied to our education.
On the streets of Paris, five students form a book club to salvage wasted potential.
Students planning to study foreign languages in the Middle East this summer had rude awakenings when the U.S. State Department issued travel restrictions early this month.
U of C Jerusalem program continues and students safe after scare on day one
Students studying abroad in Cairo encountered passport losses, canceled buses, and missed flights, but all made it safely to the Center in Paris.
Students on the study abroad program in Cairo flew to Paris as political unrest seized Egypt.
With administrators issuing warnings and professors urging curiosity, students studying abroad in Paris have mostly avoided the strikes and riots.
Yearlong study abroad
programs deserve more consideration
The decision to establish the center resulted from renewed interest after China’s recent social, political, and economic transformations