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.
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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All US citizens must have a passport to travel internationally. The US Department of State is the US government agency that issues passports for US citizens. Visit https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html/ and follow the instructions to apply for your passport book (not card).
Creating a Faculty-Led Travel Course 101
Choosing to develop a course abroad can seem like a daunting task. Experienced faculty tell us that it is an incredibly rewarding experience, but we also know it is a lot of work. We are here to help you make the process more manageable. We have years of experience and can draw from expert faculty leaders to provide you the guidance and the tools to make your program happen.
More CALS students are choosing to study abroad, and as the numbers climb, we anticipate more will be seeking semester/year-long opportunities. Advisors and professors are a key part of making sure the process is a valuable academic experience for students so we strive to provide you the information and resources to facilitate the process.