On November 16, some Saint Peter’s students spent the afternoon at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan for ‘International Education Day at the UN’. This event, featuring a variety of influential speakers, celebrated the role that international education plays in creating a more peaceful, just, and equitable world. This rare opportunity to attend a symposium […]
150 Saint Peter’s students, faculty, and staff celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of light, in the Duncan Family Sky Room on Tuesday evening, November 6th with lively Bhangra dancing, a delicious Indian meal, and fireworks. Diwali is one of the most popular festivals in India and symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and good […]
Hak Ja de Sousa (class of 2020), pictured here in a traditional hanbok, is taking a break from her studies at Sogang University to enjoy the beautiful fall colors in Seoul, Korea. Did you know that study abroad at one of our partner universities, like Sogang, is the same cost as a semester at Saint […]
1. US Foreign Policy in the Trump Era Monday, November 12th at noon in Degnan Dr. Alp Tuncaci will be presenting 2. European Educational Systems Wednesday, November 14th in 527 MacMahon Int’l ED majors from Spain, Ireland, and Finland will be presenting about their respective countries’ educ systems. 3. Taiwan & Korea: How They Became Modern Democratic Societies […]
International students from India, Spain, Pakistan, Peru, Canada, and South Korea visited Philadelphia and Amish Country on Saturday, October 13th on a day trip organized by the Center for Global Learning. Students sampled American ‘delicacies’ such as whoopie pies, homemade root beer, and Philly cheesesteaks!
Five hundred Saint Peter’s students attended the semester’s annual International Opportunities Fair in The Duncan Family Sky Room to learn more about the many affordable, life-changing global opportunities available to undergraduates. Thirty exhibitors were on hand to promote programs that will help students develop the global mindsets and skill sets that are essential to succeed […]
This past week, Saint Peter’s welcomed 44 new international (UG, grad, & exchange) students from 21 countries! Eritrea, Congo, Micronesia, India, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Philippines, Norway, China, Australia, Canada, South Korea, Jamaica, Israel, Peru, and Italy! [royalslider id=”4″]
Renee Lladoc ’18 has won the 2018 Center for Global Learning’s #peacocksabroad photo contest and the $50 prize for this picture. The photo was taken during the School of Business’ travel course to Japan over spring break earlier this month.
CELAC student Michelle Monterroso ’20 is currently spending a semester in South Korea where she is taking Asian studies classes.
Time is running out to apply for one of these unique 2018 travel courses. Deposit information and online applications are available in Peacock Connect by clicking the links below. January 2-10: Mayan Mexico: Tombs, Gods, & Stars (Dr. David Surrey, sociology) Deposits due October 30 March 1-11: Sicily Direct (Dr. Jon Boshart, fine arts) Deposits […]