This spring break service learning program to Uganda will offer students the opportunity to become familiar with the ISU programs and enable students to directly contribute to improving the quality of life of the people of Kamuli, particularly women and children.
To celebrate International Education Week, we reached out to some recent CALS alumni, Liam Vincent (Ag Bus & Agron ‘12) and Lexi Delaney Ammann (AnSci & AgEds ‘18), to share their experiences studying abroad and how it has impacted their careers so far. Check out their answers and advice below!
There are so many apps available that offer travel advice and services, but which ones are the most useful? Check out this list of apps that are must-haves for any student studying abroad!
Traveling to a different country can seem overwhelming, but it is one of the best experiences you can have! Whether you are a seasoned traveler or this is your first time travelling abroad, there are several things that you can do to get the most out of your study abroad experience.
So, you’ve decided you are going to study abroad and are counting down the days until your adventure. No matter what part of the world you are traveling to, you will experience new cultures and interact with new people, but what if you are unsure about your foreign language skills?
Enhance your understanding of production and competition in agricultural world markets!
Students will analyze production agriculture (a typical farm or ranch), business, and trade in Argentina and compare them with respect to the U.S. Pre-departure orientation will familiarize students with the history, culture, politics, geography, soils, agriculture, economy, and trade of Argentina.
Class will meet during Spring Semester for Pre-departure orientation. Travel will take place in May
ISU Students Traveling Abroad this Spring
Agricultural Production, Business and Trade in Australia (March 9-20, 2017)
Sergio Lence, Ebby Luvaga, Marshall McDaniel
Students will analyze production agriculture (a typical farm or ranch), business and trade in Australia and compare them with respect to the U.S. Pre-departure orientation will familiarize students with the history, culture, politics, geography, soils, agriculture, economy, and trade of Australia.
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