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Study Abroad? It’s a World of Good!

Helping students gain a global outlook – from short-term, weeklong experiences to semester-length programs around the world – is the aim of the International Programs Office's Study Abroad programs.
Helping students gain a global outlook – from short-term, weeklong experiences to semester-length programs around the world – is the aim of the International Programs Office’s Study Abroad programs.
Experienced guides for the "Non-European Mathematics in the Mayan World" trip to Guatemala, are Curt Vander Vere (left), assistant professor of mathematics. D. Robert Cooley, assistant professor of anthropology/environmental science.
Experienced guides for the “Non-European Mathematics in the Mayan World” trip to Guatemala, are Curt Vander Vere (left), assistant professor of mathematics. D. Robert Cooley, assistant professor of anthropology/environmental science.
Travel to Europe and the United Kingdom to explore "Sustainable Building and Design" is explained by faculty member Naim N. Jabbour. Talking with the assistant professor of architectural technology are Andrew J. Davies (left), of Lititz, and Adam T. Knoebel, of Montoursville, both majoring in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration.
Travel to Europe and the United Kingdom to explore “Sustainable Building and Design” is explained by faculty member Naim N. Jabbour. Talking with the assistant professor of architectural technology are Andrew J. Davies (left), of Lititz, and Adam T. Knoebel, of Montoursville, both majoring in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration.
Part-time dental hygiene instructor Rhonda J. Seebold is on hand to talk with eligible students about boosting oral hygiene for schoolchildren and families in the Dominican Republic.
Part-time dental hygiene instructor Rhonda J. Seebold is on hand to talk with eligible students about boosting oral hygiene for schoolchildren and families in the Dominican Republic.

Opportunities for Penn College students to travel, meet people and share new experiences – all while earning college credits and enhancing their resumes – were outlined during the International Programs Office’s Study Abroad Expo.
Photos by Grace F. Clark, student photographer