Biracial Self Identity In The Motherland: Outlook of Studying CSR in Thailand and Cambodia – w/ Leatha Dunkin

As a biracial young adult curious about having a different life in another country, Leatha Dunkin decided to participate in the Study Abroad Program to Thailand for a memorable experience. She explored the importance of self-acceptance and confidence in her identity, gaining a deeper understanding of embracing her uniqueness. 

February 5, 2024

A world without borders

Lecturer James Reinnoldt led his students to explore the mystery of globalization and connect with worldwide communities through his B CORE class, “A World Without Borders.” By setting up a competition to ship packages with AirTags across various countries, students can learn about international regulations, worldwide interconnectedness, and the ease of global communications. Discovery Core...

February 2, 2024

When in Rome: Intercultural Business Communication – w/ Miriam Bandala

Bringing her culinary skills abroad, Miriam Bandala collaborated with a local restaurant during her visit to the Study Abroad Program in Rome. She enjoys sharing experiences through cuisines with others and learning about cultural connections within languages.

January 2, 2024

Paris to Leon :My experience learning about public transportation in France and Spain – w/ Gavin MacMillan

After engaging in several talks about the benefits of foreign public transportation, Gavin MacMillan couldn’t hold his curiosity to join the Study Abroad Program in France and Spain. He actively visited various places with convenient train systems and learned the courage to try new things. 

January 2, 2024

The Land Where Dreams Come True: My time in Tokyo – w/ Adam Chhor

Prior experience of interacting with exchange students motivated Adam Chhor to learn their foreign language and eventually participate in a Japan Study Abroad Program, World War II Through Film, Tokyo. He was grateful to strengthen his learning insights and view a country through its prolonged history and war memorial museums. 

December 13, 2023

One Day. About one day, I chose to study abroad. All it takes is one day and can change your whole life – w/ Alexandra Wienckowski

From motherhood to academic exploration,  Alexandra Wienckowski began her journey and expanded her passion for Law, Economics, and Public Policy with a UW Bothell Study Abroad program in Thailand. The trip fostered self-growth and international perspectives that shaped her perception and taught her more in-depth about global issues.

December 12, 2023

Adventures Exploring Asia and Looking for Sustainable Businesses – w/ Carolina Antonucci

When coming across the Thailand Study Abroad Program posters in the hallway, Carolina Antonucci followed her curiosity to engage in this weeks-long exploration of sustainable businesses and corporate social responsibility in Asia. She witnessed various firsthand initiatives to tackle community care and sustainability, bringing valuable skills and global awareness to shape future career professions.

December 12, 2023

London Diaries: Early Fall Abroad – w/ Muna Mohammed

Living in an unfamiliar city is never easy, but Muna Mohammed embraces this adventure to gain international perspectives and self-growth through the Study Abroad Program in London. She encouraged students to take on unexpected trips, connect with diverse cultures, and foster self-enhanced experiences to enrich their knowledge for future growth.

November 23, 2023