Seven A&S students will receive the Gilman Scholarship to study abroad.
Topical Studies and Hispanic Studies double major Katelyn McNamara was recently recognized with the 2012 National Alternative Breaks Active Citizen of the Year award for her long-standing service work at home and abroad.
Studying through the International Study Abroad program (ISA) throughout the spring 2012 semester, JR Leach is taking five courses abroad through the Universidad de Granada, advancing his fluency in Spanish and discovered a "new home."
With the school year freshly completed, 11 students in the College of Arts and Sciences are kicking off the summer in a unique way— with a 4-week intensive language and culture program in Shanghai, China.
The award honors initiatives in international higher education among an association of more than 1,100 member institutions. The Discover Germany-Discover USA program sends 20 UK students of diverse backgrounds, either minority, Appalachian or first-generation college students, to Berlin each June and brings 20-25 German immigrants or first-generation college students to UK each September.
Salut tout le monde! Today we will look at street performances in big cities! I love them. If you happen across one, take a second to listen and don't hesitate to donate some loose coinage!
Huajing Maske, director of The Confucius Institute, reflects on its first year at UK.
Summer Eglinski is an adviser for Education Abroad, specializing in Spanish speaking countries. In this interview, Summer explains what Education Abroad is, some of the common misconceptions about working and studying abroad, and suggestions for A&S students.
Member of the Department of Sociology accustomed to creative and interdisciplinary work across colleges and continents, which is ideal for his new role at UK