Saturday, September 7, 2013

Study Abroad OPEN HOUSE Thurs 9/19!

Welcome to the new Ags and Welcome Back to those of you who are returning. We’re at the start of a new academic year, the perfect time to start planning your personal trip of
personal, professional and academic discovery now with one of the College’s summer faculty-led study abroad programs or reciprocal exchange programs.

If you’ve considered study abroad or just want to learn more about it, come to the AgriLife Study Abroad Open House on Thursday, September 19 from 5:30‐7:00 pm in AGLS 129 to learn more about AgriLife study abroad programs.
The good news about study abroad is that there are a lot of options—
different regions, different topics, different formats and different
time periods and lengths—so that you can include one of these high impact experiences into your degree program. The bad news is, there are a lot of options. So join us on Sept. 19th and let us help you sort through the options and discover what will work best for you. Faculty program leaders will be have tables and can answer your questions. In addition, members of the Ambassadors & Mentors for Study
Abroad team—all students who have been through the process—will be on‐hand to tell you about their experience and to assist you in the computer lab to complete program and scholarship applications!

AgriLife’s study abroad programs will give you an opportunity to learn about the international perspectives in your field of study, immerse yourself in new cultures, gain greater appreciation for global issues, and earn course credit, all at the same time!

To register for the AgriLife Study Abroad Open House, just send your name, major and e‐mail address to coals‐ or . If you’re interested in learning more about AgriLife’s study abroad programs but can’t attend, stop by
Room 515H of the AGLS Building between 10:00 am & 3:00 pm and meet with an Ambassador/Mentor for Study Abroad. Or, call them at 979‐458‐7922 or e‐mail coals‐  We look forward to seeing you on September 19th!  

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