15th Annual Conference
Broadening the Circle of Education Abroad
March 27-29, 2019
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Denver, CO

We find ourselves living in a time of growing fear of the unfamiliar, as we experience significant global political, economic, and demographic shifts. Simultaneously, international education is permeated by its own unique tensions. We encounter competing voices of students and parents, of faculty and staff, and of colleagues in the home office and on site. These voices are often joined by competing priorities when it comes to resources and budgets, institutional missions and goals, as well as issues of health, safety, security, and risk management.

The goal of The Forum’s 15th Annual Conference is to create a space for shared dialogue to explore the pressing issues of our field for today and for the future. As education evolves, as demographics shift, as resources are redirected, as technology advances, and the world changes, so must our field. Let’s explore these issues and listen to all voices at the table.

The 15th Annual Conference that affirmed one of our organization’s foundational principles: to provide a forum where every voice is welcome, and a forum where everyone belongs.

Critical Dialogues:

Group of people participating in a Critical Dialogue at The Forum's 15th Annual ConferneceEDUCATION ABROAD AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Host: Community College of Denver
Sponsor: Tennessee Consortium for International Studies
Facilitators: Rosalind Latiner Raby (California Colleges for International Education); Tracey Bradley (Tennessee Consortium for International Studies/Pellissippi State Community College); Stacye Fraser Thompson (Jefferson State Community College)
Community Colleges are the backbone of the American higher education system and their international education opportunities support diverse academic disciplines and student populations. In many ways, they are at the forefront of new education abroad paradigms. Yet these institutions are often left out of the larger discussions regarding education abroad. What lessons and advice can community colleges offer the larger education abroad community? What are the unique challenges for community colleges in the field of education abroad? What additional resources do these institutions and students require to ensure that the experience is successful? This Critical Dialogue will explore these issues and more and welcomes individuals from institutions who are starting education abroad programming, those with decades old programs, and institutions in between, to join this important conversation.

Host: Metropolitan State University of Denver
Facilitators: Alejandra Barahona (Universidad Veritas); Chris Deegan (University of Illinois at Chicago); Daniel Lumonya (SIT Study Abroad)
What is the Majority World*? What impressions does it evoke for us as professionals, and for students who choose to study there? What is our responsibility in preparing students to embark on their education abroad experiences? Once they arrive on-site, how do we engage them intentionally in their programs, and what happens when they return home? This Critical Dialogue will be facilitated by three colleagues, each with a unique point of view on education abroad in the Majority World. Join them to share your perspective on these and other provocative questions.

*Why do we use the term Majority World? As Marc Silver of NPR explains, it’s “a reminder to those of us in the West that we are but a very small minority on the globe.”

Pre-Conference Workshops:

Eric Hartman (Haverford College); Richard Kiely (Cornell University); Brandon Blache-Cohen (Amizade)

Erica Ledesma (Diversity Abroad); Lily Lopez-McGee (Howard University)

Paige Butler (Middlebury Institute of International Studies)

Kelly Holland (Global Experiences); Aaron Klein (Texas A&M University); Sarah O’Donnell (Colorado State University); Glenda Henkel (Towson University)

Ryan Dye (Miami University)

Mandy Brookins (DePauw University)

Wendy Lombardo (Arcadia University, The College of Global Studies)

Kline Harrison (Wake Forest University)

Brian Brubaker (The Pennsylvania State University)

Opening Plenary Speaker: Wanny Angerer

Wanny Angerer delivering the plenary address at The Forum's 15th Annual ConferenceThe opening plenary address was delivered by Wanayran Alvarez Angerer, a singer, cultural promoter, mother, woman’s rights activist, and world traveler.  An ambassador of expressive therapies, the vast list of initiatives and social movements Wanny has her hand in includes Wanny Angerer in Moving Cultures, Cultural Stopovers, Wanny Angerer Music and Dance Therapy, Mujeres en las Artes, Ponchos Wanayran and countless more.

Wanny was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras into a diverse community that traces its ethnicity to infusions of Spanish, Native Honduran, and African. From an early age this amalgamation of diverse culture had a huge effect on Wanny’s philosophy on life, cultivating in her an appreciation of global unity and the importance of the arts as a means of self-expression, and cultural connectivity. Wanny has traveled across Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean using arts and music to educate, unify and bring about positive change across the globe. In April 2018 Wanny was a guest for their Majesties the King and Queen of Sweden for the 10th Global Child Forum at the Stockholm Royal Palace. She is currently based in Bangkok Thailand.

Sessions & Session Materials:

THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | 8:45-10 A.M.

Being the One: The Practice of Creating Diversity & Inclusion
Maraina Montgomery (Howard University); Gretchen Cook-Anderson (IES Abroad); Stacy Wood (CIEE); Darin Smith-Gaddis (CAPA The Global Education Network)

Broadening the Circle: Access and the Aftermath»
Jeannie Simmons (The Ohio State University); Denise Cope (University of Denver); Alfredo Gallegos (University of Denver); Joshua Kaufman (University of Denver)

Panel of session presenters at The Forum's 15th Annual ConferenceBroadening the Circle for Collaborative International Risk Management
Alana Jones (University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus); Cory Garcia (University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus); Faith Perry (University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus)

Education Abroad and the Vivre-Ensemble Ideal: Creating Shared Designs in an Environment of Populism and Contentious Politics
Said Graiouid (School for International Training; Mohammed V University); Giselda Beaudin (Rollins College); Bayan Abdulhaq (School for International Training); Tara Dhakal (School for International Training)

Engineers, Architects, Neuroscientists, and Educators: Balancing Curriculum Integration with Intercultural Learning Abroad
Petra Hejnova (Syracuse University Abroad); Lou Berends (Syracuse University Abroad); Tina Mangieri (DIS – Study Abroad in Scandinavia); Kristine Lalley (University of Pittsburgh)

Meet Forum Leadership
Melissa Torres (The Forum on Education Abroad); Enda Carroll (University College Dublin; Forum Board of Directors); Nick Gozik (Boston College; Forum Council)

Modeling the Values of Responsible Travel: Organization Modeling of Behavior Expected from Study Abroad Students»
Cara Lane-Toomey (Where There Be Dragons); Shino Yoshen (University of Bath; Where There Be Dragons); Aaron Slosberg (Where There Be Dragons); Darren Grosch (Mt. San Antonio College)

The Voices at the Table: Language and Culture in Study Abroad Homestay Mealtime Interactions
Celeste Kinginger (The Pennsylvania State University); Julia Carnine (Dickinson in France)

THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | 10:45 A.M.-12 P.M.

Breaking Stereotypes and Developing Intercultural Competence Through Study Abroad: Evidence from Short-Term Interdisciplinary Programs in Senegal
Molly Enz (South Dakota State University); Hilary Hungerford (Utah Valley University)

Bridging Differences: Developing International Capacity
Heidi Manley (U.S. Department of State); Philip Rogers (Critical Language Scholarship Program); Samira Selle (Noor Majan Training Institute); Nellie Manis (Critical Language Scholarship Program)

A Case Study Approach to Working with Parent Stakeholders»
Melissa Buerkett (Global Experiences); Bethany Judge (Michigan State University); Charlie Polinko (University of Michigan); Megan Swanick (CRCC Asia)

Collaborating for Change: Leveraging Technology to Prepare Students for Ethical and Sustainable Community Engagement
Katie Lopez (University of Michigan); Jennifer Chizek (University of Michigan)

High-Risk Environments: How Institutions Can Make Difficult Decisions About Travel
Ryan DeStefano (On Call International); Bill Clabby (University of California, Irvine); Kelly Gregg (Saint Joseph’s University)

Not Significant: The Misguided Quest for Data to Show What We Know Isn’t True»
Lisa Chieffo (University of Delaware); David Wong (Michigan State University)

Strategies for Building Student Resilience Through Integrative Global Learning»
Alexander Heinz (King’s College London); Katie Costanza (UNC Chapel-Hill)

Welcome to Campus… Now Leave! First-Year Study Abroad Models and Their Student Impact
Scott Ozaroski (DePaul University); Michael Bittinger (Purdue University); Beth Haymaker (New York University)


Checking the White Box: A Conversation on Inspiring White Students to Connect with Issues of Self-Identity, Global Diversity & Peer Experiences Abroad
Gretchen Cook-Anderson (IES Abroad); Daniel Riley (The George Washington University)

Contentious Encounters and/or Teachable Moments? When Micro-Aggressions and Political Correctness Go Abroad
Tina Mangieri (DIS – Study Abroad in Scandinavia); Catalyst McIlroy (DIS – Study Abroad in Scandinavia); Dan Ardia (Franklin & Marshall College)

Global Learning & The Curious Case of the Absent Foreign Language Component
Gundolf Graml (Agnes Scott College); Steven Wuhs (University of Redlands)

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Navigating Career Transitions within Education Abroad»
Rebecca Pisano (Stevenson University); Kelly Holland (Global Experiences); Chelsea Kindred (Academic Programs International [API])

VA Benefits and Study Abroad: Are Changes Underfoot?
Denise Cope (University of Denver); Krystal Booker-Reusch (University of Denver); Laura Thornes (Colorado State University); Marc Barker (Colorado State University)

THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | 1:45-3 P.M.

Session presenter at The Forum's 15th Annual ConferenceAccompanied Site Visits: Including Academic Advisors in International Visits to Increase Awareness, Recruitment and Advocacy
Sarah Langston (SAI Programs); Molly McMahon (University of Kentucky); Kendra Allen (Colorado State University); Rodney Harris (SAI Programs)

Education Abroad for All: Communicating, Preparing, and Supporting Students with Disabilities
Brian Brubaker (The Pennsylvania State University); Wendy Coduti (The Pennsylvania State University); Jessica Szivos (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

Fostering a Culture of Teaching and Learning for Faculty in Community College Study Abroad
Morgan Lindberg (Portland Community College); Charlotte Mortimer (Valencia Community College); Susan Watson (Portland Community College)

Low in Sodium: The New Blandness of Study Abroad Programs»
Michelle Duran (Spanish Studies Abroad); José B. Alvarez (CEA Study Abroad); Maritheresa Frain (The George Washington University)

Practical Student Advising for Non-Traditional Destinations: They Don’t Know What They Don’t Know»
Heather McGann (NAFSA: Association of International Educators); Elena Corbett (AMIDEAST); Stephen Appiah-Padi (Bucknell University)

Representation Matters: Marketing and Outreach to Underrepresented Identities
Jennifer Chizek (University of Michigan); Stephen Gonzalez (University of Michigan); Hernando Sevilla-Garcia (IES Abroad)

Risk Assessment: Reviewing Health, Safety, and Security of Faculty-Led Programs Supported by Study Abroad Service Vendors
Samantha Potempa (Illinois State University); David Marple (Illinois State University); Seth A. Tucker (Syracuse University)

Utilizing Restorative Justice to Address Student Behavior Concerns»
Laura Roth (Semester at Sea); Melissa Emerson (Colorado State University); Craig Chesson (Colorado State University)

Voice Your Perspective on the Next Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad»
Natalie A. Mello (The Forum on Education Abroad); Members of the Standards Update Working Group

THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | 3:45-5 P.M.

Are Your Risk Management Practices Helping – Or Hindering – Your Institutional Diversity Goals?»
Maureen Handrahan (Michigan State University); Chris Haynes (University of South Florida); Preston Drane (University of South Florida); Erica Ledesma (Diversity Abroad)

Creative Capacity: The Key to Expanding During Unfamiliar Times
Anna Welton (Warren Wilson College); Scott Tayloe (International Education Programs [IEP]); Rich Kurtzman (Barcelona Study Abroad Experience)

Drivers of Change: How an Institutional Curricular Overhaul Can Foster Engagement and Strengthen Learning at Home and Overseas
Gareth McFeely (Boston University); Janet Alperstein (New York University); Petra Hejnova (Syracuse University); Carlos Vélez (Middlebury College); Georgina Dopico (New York University)

Employing Diversity Strategies to Increase Inclusive Education Abroad
Nick Falzone (The Education Abroad Network [TEAN]); Sarah Sung (The University of Auckland); Joshua Hudson (Clemson University)

Empowering Women in the Education Abroad Field: What Men Can Do
Kelly Holland (Global Experiences); Mark Lenhart (CET Academic Programs); Zachary Mohs (University of Minnesota Learning Abroad Center); Jason Kinnear (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad Presents…
Amelia Dietrich (The Forum on Education Abroad; Frontiers); Susan Goldstein (University of Redlands); Melissa Whatley (University of Georgia)

Is Study Abroad a “Rich White Thing?”
Carl Jubran (IAU College; The American College of the Mediterranean); Harvey Charles (SUNY Albany); Nahal C. Kaivan (Duke University)

Making The Forum Work for Mid-Career Professionals
Melissa Torres (The Forum on Education Abroad); Martha Johnson (University of Minnesota)

No One Belongs Here More Than All of You»
Devin Foxall (The School for Field Studies); Michael Girsch (The School for Field Studies); Lisa Loberg (Loyola Marymount University); Lorenzo Ramirez (California Lutheran University)

FRIDAY, MARCH 29 | 9:15-10:30 A.M.

Best Practice Laboratory
Paige Butler (Middlebury Institute of International Studies); Raine de Campeau and Christine Diaz (St. Catherine University); Annia Dowell-Wiltshire (Virgina Commonwealth University); Boyko Gyurov and Elizabeth Harrison (Georgia Gwinnett College); Danielle Hawk and Jeremy Bonta (Palm Beach Atlantic University); Glynis Kincaid and Cathy Wu (University of California, Davis); Elaine Meyer-Lee (Agness Scott College); Janelle Peifer (Agnes Scott College); Maryann Rapposelli (University of Delaware); Diane Robinson and Mory Pagel (SIT Study Abroad); Stacy Benjamin Wood (CIEE)

    • Alumni Fellowships: Institutionally Funded Micro Awards
    • Celebrating Gender Identity Through Inclusive Self-Reporting
    • Distress Tolerance Skills and Plan
    • Global Learning vs. Risk Assessment: Designing a Travel Advisory Policy that Fits
    • Journeys: Inclusive Excellence in a Week-Long Faculty-Led Global Immersion Experience Embedded Within a Semester-Long Course
    • Program Summary of Faculty-Led Programs
    • Resources to Connect with Ethnically Diverse Communities in Europe
    • STEM Study Abroad Programs at an Open Enrollment Commuter University
    • The Global Pathways Study: Best Practice in Longitudinal, Comprehensive Assessment
    • The Last Frontier of Inclusive Advising: Family Pre-Departure Advising
    • Utilizing Logic Models to Enhance Student Learning in Program Design and Assessment

Black America and the Jews: Inventing Identities»
Michael Woolf (CAPA The Global Education Network); Jonathan Kaplan (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem); Keshia Abraham (CIEE)

Broadening the Circle: A New Ethical Approach to Education Abroad»
Giselda Beaudin (Rollins College); Scott Blair (The Education Abroad Network [TEAN]); Eric Hartman (Haverford College)

The Case for Prioritizing Education Abroad with Hard-to-Reach Majors»
Kaela Conroy (Boston University); Maren Haas (University of Michigan); Toni-Lee Viney (Colorado State University)

Group of participants at The Forum's 15th Annual ConferenceChallenges and Lessons Learned in Integrating On and Off-Campus Mental Health Support for Students Studying Abroad
Gary Robinson (Hartwick College/P3 Mental Health Advisors); Mandy Baraka (Wheaton College); Mark Ritchie (International Sustainable Development Studies Institute); Tik Pimpaeng (International Sustainable Development Studies Institute)

Increasing Access to Global Service-Learning for Underrepresented Youth»
Gwen Bergner (West Virginia University); Brandon Blache-Cohen (Amizade); Stephen Hughes (St. Peter’s Immaculate)

Mind the Gap: Building Social Capital Through Academic Travel for First Generation/Low Income Students
Rosie McDowell (University of Notre Dame); Paulette Curtis (University of Notre Dame)

A Punny Thing Happened on the Way to the… Using Improv to Broaden the Circle
Saira Hamidi (University of Colorado – Denver); Rich Kurtzman (Barcelona Study Abroad Experience [SAE]); Trent Norman (Affinity Arts Consulting)

¡Vamos! Designing and Assessing an Inclusive Education Abroad Experience for Diverse Learners
Corinna Rohse (University of Colorado Boulder); Paula Abita (University of Colorado Boulder); Mary Dando (University of Colorado Boulder); Nancy Mora (Student, University of Colorado Boulder)

FRIDAY, MARCH 29 | 11:15 A.M.-12:30 P.M.

DACAmented and Undocumented Students and Education Abroad
Paige Butler (Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey); Mandy Brookins (DePauw University)

Demystifying the Role of the Facilitator in a Tense Learning Environment»
Whitney Sherman (CIEE); Katy Kelly (University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism); Brianna Dostie (CIEE)

Doing the Work: Creating Systemic Change to Support Underrepresented Students
Maraina Montgomery (Howard University); Angela Manginelli (AIFS Study Abroad)

Global Health Immersion Programs: Creating Pipelines for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce
Moira Rogers (CFHI); Yvette Flores (University of California, Davis); Carmen Simmons (Medical Student, Meharry Medical College (HBCU) LMSA- Medical Spanish Liaison)

Leveraging Micro-Credentialing and Student Records to Support Comprehensive International Education Program Outcomes»
Chelsea Kindred (Academic Programs International [API]); Craig Harmelin (University of California, Merced); Rodney Parks (Elon University)

Making Room in the Circle for Underrepresented Student Groups: Developing a Semester-Long, Practicum-Based Program Abroad for U.S. Nursing Students»
Eric Leinen (Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota); Katherine Martin (University of Limerick); Carol Flaten (University of Minnesota); Claire O’Donnell (University of Limerick)

New Developments with The Forum’s Critical Incident Database»
Natalie A. Mello (The Forum on Education Abroad)

Re-Entry Programs – Linking the U.S. Student and the Global South
Astrid Diego (Autonomous University of Social Movements [AUSM])

Working with the Athletic Department to Send Student-Athletes Abroad
Emily Durham (Duke University); Brittany Savko (The Ohio State University); Melissa Torres (The Forum on Education Abroad); Cierra Gillison (Stanford University & Believe in the Journey)

FRIDAY, MARCH 29 | 2:15-3:30 P.M.

The 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund: Facilitating Strategic Higher Education Partnerships and Student Exchange
Penelope Kim (Partners of the Americas); Margaret Hug (U.S. Department of State); Daniel Bowan (Colorado State University); Aaron Brown (Metropolitan State University of Denver); Aaron Gross (Student, Metropolitan State University of Denver)

Session presenter at The Forum's 15th Annual Conference“I don’t know who invented water, but I’m sure it wasn’t a fish.” Leading Study Abroad in a Development Context: From Reality to Theory, and Back!
Markus M.L. Crepaz (University of Georgia)

Keeping up with the Reciprocity – Creative Ways to Manage Competing Priorities with Exchange Partners
Jessica Davis (University of Sydney); Erica Sebastian (University of Pennsylvania); Cindy Tarter (Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences)

One Stone, Many Birds: Leveraging Education Abroad as a Means to Multiple Ends in Engineering Education
Andrew Wingfield (University of Colorado Boulder, College of Engineering & Applied Science); Miranda Roberts (University of Michigan); Ping Neo (University of Florida)

Opportunities for All: Innovative and Inclusive Recruitment Strategies
Rebecca Schwartz (Weber State University); Eduardo Diaz-Vela (Weber State University)

The Proof is in the Data: Harnessing the Power of ‘Big Data’ to Examine the Effects of Education Abroad
Coryn Shiflet (University System of Georgia); Rachana Bhatt (University System of Georgia)

Whiteness Reconsidered: Navigating Diverging Identities between Students and Staff»
Maren Haas (University of Michigan); Jenna Tantillo (International Studies Abroad)

Yay, It’s Legal to Drink Here! Alcohol and Studying Abroad
Jane Gunn-Lewis (Australia NZ Arcadia University); Dru Simmons (The Ohio State University); Lauren Hall (University of Otago)

Host Institutions

Alamo Colleges
Brigham Young University
CEA Study Abroad
Colorado College
Colorado State University
International Studies Abroad (ISA)
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Semester at Sea
Texas A&M University
Texas Tech University
University of Arizona
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Providence
University of Wyoming
University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)

Sponsors & Exhibitors

Absolute InternshipBarcelona SAE's exhibit table at The Forum's 15th Annual Conference
Academic Programs International (API)
ACCENT Study Abroad
Advantage Travel of CNY, Inc
AIFS Study Abroad
The American College of Greece
The American College of Thessaloniki
American Councils for International Education
AUIP Study Abroad
Barcelona SAE
Bard College
BCA Study Abroad
Boston University Study Abroad
CAPA The Global Education Network
CEA Study Abroad
Chinese Language Institute
College Year in Athens (CYA)
Critical Language Scholarship Program
Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI)
Dickinson College
DIS – Study Abroad in Scandinavia
Diversity Abroad
don Quijote/Enforex
The Ecuador Study Program: Andean Study Programs
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN)
Education in Ireland
EF College Study Tours
EUSA-Academic Internship ExpertsCIEE staff posing with Welcome Reception sign
Exedra Mediterranean Center
FIE: Foundation for International Education
Florence University of the Arts
Florida State University International Programs
Fordham University
George Mason University – Global Education Office
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Gilman International Scholarship Program
Global Academic Ventures
Global Education Oregon (GEO), University of Oregon
Global Experiences
The Global Leadership League
Global Learning Collective
Global Vision International (GVI)
Go Overseas
GoAbroad LLC
Hart Travel Partners
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
IES Abroad
IFSA (Institute for Study Abroad)
InSitu Programs
Institute for Field Research
Institute of International Education
Insurance Marketing Center
The Intern Group
International Service Learning
International Studies Abroad
John Cabot University
KEI Study Abroad
Key Travel
Learn International
Loyola University Chicago Global CentersMiddlebury College's exhibit table at The Forum's 15th Annual Conference
Middlebury College
Millennium Tours
National Background Check, Inc.
New York University
On Call International
Queen’s University Belfast
Real China
SACI Florence
Sant’Anna Institute
The School for Field Studies
Sea Education Association | SEA Semester
Seminars International
Simpway International Education
SIT Study Abroad/School for International Training
Sol Education Abroad
Spanish Studies Abroad
STA Travel
Study in Spain
Stylus Publishing
Syracuse Academy
Syracuse University Abroad
Tennessee Consortium for International Studies
Terra Dotta
Trinity College
United World College
Universidad de las Ciencias y el Arte
The University of Auckland
University of Limerick
The University of Melbourne
University of Minnesota – Learning Abroad Center
University of San Diego
University of Southern California
University of the Arts London
University of Virginia
University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
Wayne State University, Junior Year in Munich
Where There Be Dragons
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
World Endeavors
WorldStrides | ISA Custom Programs
Yachay Tech University

Conference Committee

John Sunnygard (Chair), Western Kentucky University
John Tansey (Past Chair), Dartmouth College
Sabuur Abdul-Kareem, Delaware County Community College
Maria Jose Angel Mex, Lorenzo de’ Medici
Maria del Mar Aponte, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
Camila Arosemena, Universidad Casa Grande
Catherine Break, Metropolitan State University
Elena Corbett, AMIDEAST
Annia Dowell-Wiltshire, University of Virginia
Thea Gilien, Boston College in Ireland
Jonathan Larson, Grinnell College
Julie Maddox Korenko, Forum Council, MIT
Rachel Massey, Coastal Carolina University
Amy Mckelvey, EDU Africa
Chris Nicolussi, New York University Global Programs
Alyssa Nota, University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
Susan Popko, Forum Board of Directors, Santa Clara University
Leo Rowland, SACI Florence
Vince Schaff, Institute for Shipboard Education/Semester at Sea
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Elon University