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On a break from their International Perspectives in Ireland class, where they compared educational techniques in Irish schools, College of Education students and faculty visited the Blarney Stone.
With opportunities for hands-on learning in every program, you won’t just sit in a classroom. Real experience will enhance what you learn in class, and employers will be impressed with your résumé.
College of Business students pause during an educational tour of China, part of the Global Experiential Learning Program for undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more here.
Sharita Sivels ’12, right, was one of several students from the President’s Leadership Circle to visit remote villages in Uganda to teach sanitation and water purification techniques. View the video