Bill Frelik speaks Sept. 26 at 4 p.m. in the Cherokee Park Ballroom.
From language study to environmental research, several CSU students and recent graduates will be spending the summer engaged in impressive international projects.
Individual travelers are students traveling internationally for academic reasons such as research, fieldwork or conference attendance, and make up 17 percent of CSU’s students traveling abroad.
For the fourth year in a row, Colorado State University ranks in the top 10 on the Peace Corps’ annual list of Top Volunteer-Producing College and Universities.
Molly Warner, found her way abroad for a semester through a partnership with the School for International Training, an external program offering students study abroad opportunities around the world, while advancing her degree in conservation biology.
Chelsea Tan earned two degrees, and looks to find a professional position in Hong Kong before applying to grad school.