The Office of Study Abroad is excited to share the stories of our Study Abroad Scribes, a program in which students apply to become official bloggers for their semester(s) studying off-campus. Each week, they'll post about their time abroad, with their thoughts on cultural insights, goals, achievements and personal growth. Bookmark this page to see the world through the perspective of a W&J student!
Spring 2017 cohort:
Michaela Culley, German and International Studies double major, is studying in Austria for the spring term. Tag along with her on her blog, "Living in Vienna."
International Studies major Taylor Grinage is studying in Shanghai. Follow her at Taylor's Time in China.
Spring 2016 cohort:
General Biology major Katrina Lenhart spent spring of 2016 in Lismore, Australia. See what she's up to down under on her blog, "An Oz-some Adventure."
Xiuzhen Tan studied in Akita, Japan for the semester as part of her International Studies major. Travel along with her via her blog, "Exploring Beyond its Surface."
Fall 2015 cohort:
Communication Arts major Ty Greenwood studied in the UK. Follow his adventures on his blog, "Living in London, Journey to my Dreamland."
Senior Art major Julia Price spent the fall of 2015 in Japan. Experience Kofu with her on her blog, "Julia Goes Japan."
Olivia Sipos, International Business major, spent a semester in Ecuador. See Quito through her eyes via her blog, "Expedition Ecuador: a College Student Living on the Earth's Belt."
Check out this video Olivia made as well!
Going abroad for a future semester? Apply now to be a Study Abroad Scribe! Applicants must be current W&J students who will be participating in an approved study abroad program for the semester(s) that they hope to be a Scribe.