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Study abroad in Japan information session set

Students seeking a study abroad experience in Japan are invited to meet Dr. Greg Hadley of Niigata University on Friday, Sept. 8, at one of two information sessions, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at Thompson Hall Room E384.

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Learn about study abroad options at fair

Fredonia will host a study abroad fair on Wednesday, Sept. 6, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the Multipurpose Room of the Williams Center.

Jessica Gatto

Gatto appointed to lead international efforts

Jessica Gatto has been appointed Associate Director of Global Citizenship at SUNY Fredonia, effective Aug. 1.

Gathering for a group photo in Siena in the Piazza del Campo are students., Lillian Baer, Isabella Read, Megan Kenny, Alisa Mazon, Gianna Pillitteri, Lilian Holman and Henry Domst; (back row): Angelo Petrilli, James Keller, Jakob Cullen, Ethan Brooks, Devon Kennedy, Andrew Johnson and Benjamin Evans.

Study abroad course immerses students in Italian Renaissance art

Fifteen students spent two weeks in Florence, studying Renaissance painting, sculpture and architecture. Brief side trips to the cities of Fiesole, Siena and Arezzo plus hiking and relaxing along the Mediterranean coast at Cinque Terre, a string of centuries-old seaside villages were also on the itinerary.

Ted Lee in Honduras water station

Lee awarded Fulbright; will advance water research in Honduras

It should come as no surprise for SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor Ted Lee to use his Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award during the Spring 2024 semester to continue his research into water quality issues in Honduras.

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Study Abroad trip to Iceland planned for Summer 2024; information session on April 18

Drs. Tom Hegna and Ici Vanwesenbeeck are organizing an information session for INED 399 Magical Iceland, a Summer 2024 interdisciplinary study abroad course that will focus on the geology, sustainability policies, history, and literary culture of Iceland.

Student group in Honduras

Students give their Honduras medical experiences glowing reviews

Students describe their time serving on brigades that provided much-need medical care in rural Honduras during the J-Term as one of the best experiences of their life.

Students prepare pill bottles for distribution at the medical brigade pharmacy.

Students to describe their Honduras ‘medical brigade’ experiences at campus talk

SUNY Fredonia students who served on medical brigades in Honduras during the J-Term will describe this unique experience at an informal program in the Science Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium, Room 105, on Friday, Feb. 3, at 3 p.m.

student in front of Sydney Opera House

Study abroad informational virtual events slated for September

The Office of International Education is hosting a number of events in September to help students prepare for a study abroad experience.

student standing in front of Tower Bridge in London

Three virtual sessions will introduce students to international opportunities

The Office of International Education will host three information sessions in April to help students explore overseas study opportunities.