Students Explore Global Travel Options at 'Study Abroad Fair'

Published 10.07.2015

Student News

Naim N. Jabbour, assistant professor of architectural technology, tells his Penn's Inn audience about the three-credit "Sustainable Building and Design" study-abroad program to Europe and the U.K.Among attendees are Torsten Matzke (left), exchange and study abroad officer at Scotland's Abertay University, and visiting Scottish student James T. Hemmings.Global community reflected in colorful flag collectionShanin L. Dougherty, international programs specialistSpreading the word about the "Non-European Mathematics in the Mayan World," a three-credit journey to Mexico over winter break, is Lana A. Kephart, a Web and interactive media major from Mill Hall.A Study Abroad Fair, a one-stop peek at the enticing and enlightening opportunities for educational travel, was held Tuesday in the Bush Campus Center. Participants heard presentations on a half-dozen exciting options to study abroad while earning credits toward a Penn College degree.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer