Friday, December 9, 2016

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In the Institute for International Education’s Open Doors report, SDSU ranks No. 9 in the nation for study abroad. (Photo: Alan Decker)
This Month on NewsCenter
Sebastian Wallat worked at an engineering company in Germany before applying to SDSU.
Sebastian Wallat’s Aztec Experience
Back Row, left to right: Mony Chau, Fiorella Morales, Jocelyn Pacheco, Jessica Polk, Theresa Palafox; Front Row, left to right: Ronnie Cravens, Teresa Ramos
Success Stories from SDSU’s Gates Millennium Scholars
SDSU ranks No. 1 among public universities for students studying abroad when compared to the percentage of university enrollment.
SDSU Named Top School for Study Abroad
The SDSU International Business Society meets every Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Adams Humanities, Room 4176. (Credit: International Business Society)
Student Organization Spotlight: International Business Society
Students will enjoy private sommelier-level tours, experience private tours of vineyards and museums, and have private daily wine classes.
Extended Studies Offers Wine Immersion in Spain
Alexander Gray (left) and his mentor, Zeynep Ilgaz (
Local Mentors for Tomorrow's Business Leaders
Ashlynne Ray
International Photo Contest Winners Announced
The three SDSU students studied abroad at Tiradentes University in Brazil this summer. (Photo: Ariella Goldstein)
Collaborating Coast to Coast
Daniel Soto said he benefitted from the global perspective his study abroad experience in Brazil provided.
Transformed By Study Abroad
Students reflect on cultural discrimination at last year
One SDSU Community Fall Preview
Earl Anthony Wayne will visit the SDSU campus on Monday, Sept. 12 to discuss “Building a Partnership with Mexico.”
Building Walls or Building Bridges?