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1Globalize Your Engineering Education at Penn State Kimberly BaranJuly 10, 2014
2Penn State College of Engineering has Connections All Around the World
3Can Engineers Study Abroad? YES!And here’s why you should…
4Why Participate in an International Experience? Why would you recommend this experience?“You see differences among group members as a really beneficial tool when working on any kind of project. It gives everyone the opportunity to teach, learn, and create something innovative by pulling together everyone’s diverse experiences, talents, and knowledge.”-H.S., Study Abroad, Singapore“It really prepares you for a future in a global industry and to work with people from all over the world.”-Z.K., Study Abroad, Ireland“You gain experience working with people with different cultural backgrounds.”-K.S., Study Abroad, TurkeyWhat was the most important thing you learned?“Knowing about different cultures is something that comes in handy in all parts of life. The only way to achieve that is to live with that culture and this is one of the great things that can be gained from studying abroad.”-G.H., Study Abroad, Italy“…to be accepting of a different county’s lifestyle. There are many things that countries do differently than the U.S. but you just have to learn to accept it and learn from it. A slogan we were taught while in Australia was ‘It’s not wrong, it’s just different’.”-C.W., Study Abroad, AustraliaWhat was the most important thing you learned?“Both our similarities and our differences are huge benefits to engineering, learning, and life in general.”-S.M., Study Abroad, Singapore“I got to live near and study where all of the ideas and influence came from that shaped what engineering in America is today.”-G.H., Study Abroad, Italy“Having an engineering experience abroad gives you opportunities that simply cannot be found in a typical classroom. …It’s amazing to see how engineering connects people all over the world.”-H.S., Study Abroad, SingaporePersonalProfessionalWhat did you like best about your experience?“The people. I got to live and work with some of the most diverse, fun, and interesting students and professors I’ve ever known. The course was fantastic, but the people made the experience.”-S.M., Study Abroad, Singapore“During my trip, I got a chance to make great friends from both Turkey and the US, which we are still in touch.”-K.S., Study Abroad, Turkey“I really enjoyed not knowing anyone going to Australia, but leaving with 27 very close friends.”-C.W., Study Abroad, AustraliaWhat did you like best about your experience?“The way each country has its own identity, history, and style is unlike anything I have experienced in the United States. All of the buildings and culture are unique in each country I visited. Italy is full of breathtaking cathedrals and sculptures created by brilliant engineers, Prague is possibly the most beautiful city I have ever visited in my life. It has amazing architecture, an incredible night life, and tons of things to see during the daytime as well as watching the sunset over the St. Charles Bridge.”-G.H., Study Abroad, ItalyWhat was the most important thing you learned?“Being in a country that is so different culturally, with a remarkably difficult language for strangers was a truly great experience. I learned Chinese, ate Chinese food, and saw a cultural and historical aspect of China and Chinese society that I can never learn from books or through friends.”-S.B., Study Abroad, China“I learned a great deal about myself from all of the new experiences, people, and places that I visited.”-Z.K., Study Abroad, IrelandMake friends from around the worldLearn more about yourself and another cultureSee a foreign countryBroaden your understanding of the worldGain a global perspective of engineeringTake one more step to becoming a World-Class Engineer
5Global Opportunities for Engineering Students Opportunities to Travel AbroadStudy AbroadSemester ProgramsSummer and Short-Term ProgramsCourses with an International Travel ComponentService LearningWork/Research AbroadOn-Campus OpportunitiesAcademic and Extra-curricular
6Where Do I Start? Do you wish to travel? What type of experience do you want? Study, work/research, volunteer/service?When do you want to go abroad? First year through senior year options availableHow long do you want to be abroad? One week, a few weeks, a semester, a year?What is your major/intended major or minor?Will you fulfill major or minor requirements abroad, or take general education courses?Do you possess any skills in a foreign language? Would you like to improve or learn a language?What budget do you have for your travel abroad?Do you prefer living with a host family, in an apartment, in a hotel, or in a dorm?Where do you want to go? Do you have a specific country in mind? Would you prefer living in a busy city or quiet town?
7Application Deadlines (Study Abroad) Academic Year – March 1Fall – March 1Spring – May 1Some programs re-open with a later deadline of September 15Apply by the May 1 deadline to be sure to get your first choiceSummer – February 1Other summer program deadlines may vary for non-Penn State programs, and may be earlier or later
8Selecting a University Yes, you can graduate on time if you plan ahead and work with your academic advisorBased on your priorities and interests, decide where to goWe hope that you will take a few engineering courses, as well as a few general education courses while you are abroadMany universities and programs to choose from10 College of Engineering partner schoolsOther schools offer engineering coursesMany other options through Education Abroad to take courses towards a second major, minor, or general education requirements
9Semester Study Abroad Locations College of Engineering PartnersOther Schools offering Engineering CoursesAll Penn State Education Abroad Programs
10Engineering Partners: Europe University of SouthamptonSouthampton, United KingdomAERSP, BIO E, C E, CMPEN, CMPSC, E E, E SC, M EUniversity of NavarraSan Sebastian, SpainBIO E, E E, I E, M E
11Engineering Partners: Europe École Centrale ParisParis, FranceCH E, C E, CMPEN, CMPSC, E E, I E, M EKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyKarlsruhe, GermanyBIO E, CH E, C E, E E, I E, M E
12Engineering Partners: Asia and Pacific University of AucklandAuckland, New ZealandBIO E, CH E, C E, CMPEN, CMPSC, E E, E SC, I E, M EShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghai, ChinaM E, I ETohoku UniversitySendai, JapanAERSP, BIO E, CH E, C E, CMPEN, CMPSC, E E, E SC, M E
13Engineering Partners: Middle East Middle East Technical UniversityAnkara, TurkeyAERSP, B E, CH E, C E, CMPEN, E E, E SC, I E, M ETechnion Institute of TechnologyHaifa, IsraelAERSP, BIO E, B E, CH E, C E, E E, I E, M E
14EuroScholars ProgramThe EuroScholars program is designed for advanced undergraduate students, looking for an international research experience. The objectives of this program are to give students the challenge of conducting original research at the cutting edge of human knowledge and promote interactions with scholars through an immersion in the research environment. The following are participating institutions:University of Geneva, SwitzerlandRuprecht Karls Universität, Heidelberg, GermanyLeiden University, The NetherlandsUniversità degli Studi di Milano, ItalyUniversity of Leuven, BelgiumUniversity of Zurich, SwitzerlandLudwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, GermanyKarolinska Institutet, Stockholm, SwedenUtrecht University, The NetherlandsUniversiteit van Amsterdam, The NetherlandsCourses or Areas of Study: Students learn about scientific reasoning, research methods, theoretical principles related to the research area, and scholarly communication. You will be part of an international research group and conduct research under supervision of a professor. Projects are available in Arts and Humanities, Performing Arts, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy, Computer Science, Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Law, Economics, Management, Politics and Social Studies. By finalizing the results of your research project in an independent study paper of publishable quality, you will also have improved their writing and presentation skills. You will also take a course in language and culture during a European orientation program.
15Language Requirements Many study abroad programs offer courses taught in English, even in non-English speaking countriesOther programs offer language courses and/or engineering courses taught in a language other than EnglishLanguage requirements for each program are listed on the Education Abroad Program pageEven if your courses will be taught in English, you may want to take some language courses to prepare for life outside the classroom
16When / Where for Semester Study Abroad Semester abroad generally 4th, 6th, or 7th semester, depending on majorsemester plans in programs guideSearch Program Matrix for semester study abroad programs that offer engineering courses
17Program Matrix Course Evaluations Notes Course Catalogue Linked to list of courses which have already been evaluated for Penn State students at this universityNotesIncludes any additional notes or special information about this programIf a semester plan has been created specifically for this university by a department, it is linked from hereSemester(s) AvailableFA (fall)SP (spring)AY (academic year)CY (calendar year)Course CatalogueLinked to university’s list of coursesCityProgram TypeDirect EnrollmentExchangeDepartmentalThird PartyLanguage of InstructionCountryUniversityLinked to university’s websiteDepartmentLinked to department’s websiteProgramLinked to Global Programs page for the universityThis site contains:APPLICATIONHousing infoCostsOther details
18Education Abroad Program Page This Section Varies by Program, and Includes Additional Information, such as:Information about the program or universityPrerequisitesOther Eligibility RequirementsAcademic InformationHousing and MealsProgram CostsFinancial Aid & ScholarshipsWhere to go for more informationDates and DeadlinesWalk through program page for an education abroad programHousing Options:ApartmentDormitoryHomestayHotelPrivate HouseRental Housing
19Costs for Study AbroadFor ALL programs, you pay Penn State tuition, technology fee, and Education Abroad fee (includes mandatory health insurance)Other costs depend on program type, location, etc.Exchange programs tend to be less expensive than Direct Enrollment or Third Party programsDirect Enrollment and Third Party usually have a Program FeeMay differ for out of state studentsAirfare, housing, meals, visa, other fees, personal expenses, etc. will vary by locationSee Budget Sheet for details about specific programs
20Education Abroad Resources: “Finances” Education Abroad Scholarships, Funding Databases, and Community Based FundingStudent AidWays to Keep it AffordableOther Things to Consider that Affect Costs:Certain Programs have significant Program FeesConsider Cost of Living (Meals, Housing, Airfare)Look at Exchange Rates and make sure you are aware of the value of the US dollar compared to local currency
21College of Engineering International Travel Grant Priorities for Funding; Financial Need also consideredStudents planning to study abroad for a semester at one of the College of Engineering partnersStudents who plan to study abroad for a semester through the Office of Education Abroad and to take engineering courses while abroad.Students planning to participate in a College of Engineering summer program, short-term program, or course with an international travel component.Students planning to study abroad for a semester through the Office of Education Abroad, but who will not take engineering courses while abroad.Students who plan to participate in a summer program, short-term program, or course with an international travel component offered through the Office of Education Abroad but will not take engineering courses.Students who plan to participate in other programs abroad that are not offered through Penn State, or who will not register for Penn State credits during their experience.Application online
22Program Application Acceptance Criteria Theses criteria are considered in evaluating each student's Education Abroad application:Meets minimum GPA for programSatisfies prerequisites (if applicable)Satisfies language requirements (if applicable)Meets minimum semester standing, according to credit hours earned (ex. 2nd semester sophomore)Education Abroad application responsesAcademic recommendation(s)Program capacityYou will not be accepted if you are on probation through the Office of Student ConductYou are evaluated as an individual. Requests to study with a friend(s) are not considered.
23Requirements to Apply All applications require AT LEAST: PSU Education Abroad applicationElectronically signed Academic Release1 Academic RecommendationSome programs have additional requirementsMay require additional recommendations, personal statement, passport photos, language evaluations, and course selection formsSubmit ALL materials by the deadline!All applications are online through the Office of Global Programs
24How to Apply On EA website, click “Apply Now” for your chosen program You can only apply to ONE program at a time for each term/semesterLog-in with your Penn State account user ID and passwordSelect the appropriate term/semester (Fall/Academic Year/Summer/Spring).Complete the Education Abroad Application Questionnaire.Read, follow instructions, and provide your digital signature on any other application documents that appear under the heading "Signature Documents."Request the appropriate number of academic recommendations as listed within your application (most programs require one; some require two).Students applying to an IES, CIEE, Arcadia, Temple, or SFS program must apply through the corresponding website in addition to the Penn State application by the same deadline. Instructions can be found in the "Signature Documents" section.Read and mark read any items listed under Learning Content.Apply for relevant Education Abroad scholarships available within your program application. Be sure to carefully read the eligibility requirements for each scholarship.
25What to Expect on the Application Alternate Program ChoicesList up to 2 alternate programsPrerequisites and GPAFind this information on the EA program pageCourse InformationWork with academic adviser to determine which courses are right for youFind course listings on homepage for the program and universityRefer to list of previously accredited courses on PSU program pageList courses interested in taking at host institution; NOT BINDING, as you will finalize course registration after accepted to programThese are POTENTIAL courses for you to take while abroad
26What to Expect on the Application Additional questions, which focus on:Why you plan to study abroadWhy this program is right for youWhy you are a good candidateFuture academic and career goals1-2 paragraph responses are acceptableLetter(s) of RecommendationMake sure you read all of the materials carefully and complete all parts of the application
27RecommendationsMust be academic; can be from a professor or academic advisorAllow your recommender enough time to read and complete your recommendation before deadlineMost programs require one recommendation, but some require 2 – online account will indicate number requiredHow to request:Log in to your Education Abroad account/applicationClick the “request electronic recommendation” linkInsert recommender’s PSU IDSelect the correct recommender and click “next”Include a message in the first section of the request
28Grades All credits taken abroad will appear on your transcript Need to work with advisor to determine how they will be used to meet degree requirementsPass/Fail is NOT an option for Penn State studentsAll grades on your transcript will be reportedAll grades will factor into your GPAGrade/Credit conversionFull-time registration at host institution = full-time course load at Penn StateGrade and credit conversion tables are in your EA program manuals once you get accepted
29Scheduling Scheduling: Must take a full course load – based on institution abroadEA will schedule you for 15 credits of ED AB 000 for your semester abroadDo NOT take a leave of absenceWhen your overseas transcript is received, these credits are replaced with actual courses and grades earnedIt varies by program, but generally you schedule courses at your host institution as part of your on-site orientation program. Have several options for courses in mind!
30Selecting Courses Look at past courses that have been evaluated Do not schedule courses from course equivalency list as this is only a record of past courses and may changeLook at the university’s course catalog to see what courses are offered in the semester you plan to be abroadBe careful what semester courses are offered (Sem 1 & 2 may not be FA & SP)May need to look at a similar semester (e.g. Spring 2012 course list to get an idea what might be offered Spring 2013)Compare these courses to courses you need to take at PSUConsult with your academic advisor and discuss courses you would like to takeIt is helpful if you go to your advisor with course descriptions
31Course EvaluationsDepartment at Penn State that would teach the course here will determine how that course will transfer (Dept Study Abroad Advisors)For Engineering Courses that have NOT been evaluated, Course Evaluation Form is linked from the Program Matrix websiteCan have departments evaluate courses in advanceHow course will transfer and how it can be used in your majorFind syllabus or detailed course description onlineGeneral Education Courses (GA, GH, GS) are generally not a problem as long as they are in the spirit of those course requirements (look at description, NOT just title of course, and compare to similar courses in the PSU course bulletin)
32Course EquivalencyCourse Equivalency process online through Education Abroad (after you’re abroad)Will need to do this for each courseCourses assigned Penn State course numberMay be a specific course number (e.g. M E 340)May be a generic course number (e.g. M E 499)May need to petition to fulfill requirements on degree audit (e-Petition)
33Summer and Short-Term Programs Can go anywhere from first year through senior yearExample Penn State Engineering ProgramsCultural Impact on Engineering in ChinaEngineering Design in Singapore, France, and SpainArchitectural Engineering summer programs in Italy and ChinaEngineers Made in Germany summer program in GermanyAutomotive summer school in GermanyExample Non-Penn State ProgramsUniversity of New South Wales Energy Tomorrow program in Australia
35Cultural Impact on Engineering in China Open to First-Year StudentsCredit for ENGR 118: Impact of Culture on Engineering in ChinaCan be used as GS/ILMay 11 – June 4, 2014This program is designed to give students an overview about the impact of history, culture, and environment on engineering design structures and manufacturing in China. Students will travel to Beijing, Chongqing, Yichang, Xian, Dalian, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Hungshan and be exposed to the concepts through on-site visits to the Great Wall in Beijing, the Three Gorges Dam Project Site and the five-step ship locks in Yichang, the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses in Xian the Dongtan Eco-city Project in Shanghai, the longest bay bridge in the world in Hangzhou, and many other projects at other locations.
36Summers By DesignOpen to First-Year students; Pre-requisite is EDSGN 100Nantes, France: May 18 – May 30, 2014EDSGN Introduction to Design EngineeringNavarra, Spain: May 18 – May 30, 2014EDSGN Introduction to Design EngineeringSingapore, Singapore: May 13 – May 31, 2014EDSGN 397
37Engineers Made in Germany Pforzheim, Germany at Hochschule Pforzheim UniversityFocus on the Germany Automotive IndustryCultural Excursions (Heidelberg, Strasbough, Munich, Berlin, Black Forest & Lake Constance)Company Visits (Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Audi, Daimler Museum, SAP, HUGO BOSS)Program courses (enroll in 9 credits):Production Management & Supply Chain Management (PSU course number I E 499)Lecture Series Engineering in Manufacturing (PSU course number I E 399)German language (PSU course number will depend on the level of language that each student takes)IE students: technical elective and an engineering elective.M E students: engineering technical elective and a general technical elective.
38Courses with an International Travel Component Can be entire course or portion of the courseSearch Education Abroad website for “Embedded” coursesCommon travel times are over Thanksgiving, Spring Break, Winter Break, or early SummerA few engineering examples offered recently:ENGR 496: Independent Study in Engineering Leadership TopicsBanjul, Gambia; Dakar, Senegal; Accra, Ghana; and Cotonou, BeninEDSGN 454: Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship Field ExperiencesMakeni, Sierra Leone and Nyeri, KenyaENGR 496A: International Leadership of Enterprise and Development PracticumBudapest, HungaryMany non-engineering options as well
39Service Learning/Volunteer Abroad Programs through the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship programStudent GroupsEngineers Without Borders – projects in Sierra LeoneGlobal Brigades – several chapters at Penn State
40Work/Research Abroad Methods to find a work abroad experience Fall Career Days, Spring Career DaysEngineering Career WeekJob postings on eCareerGoing Global online resourcePostings on company websitesResearch connections through facultyPersonal networkingCombined study-work programsPrograms offered through organizations or other universities (e.g. RISE, NanoJapan)Third party programs (e.g. CDS International, Cultural Vistas, IES) – generally for a cost
41Work/Research AbroadExamples of Past International Job Postings on eCareer:Process/Product Development in Japan; Schott North America(nationwide, Japan)Internship with China University of Mining and Technology; International Programs in Engineering(Beijing, China)Internship with Dalian Fuyou Group Enterprise Co.; International Programs in Engineering(Dalian, China)Facilities Engineer; Chevron Corporation(Tengiz, Kazakhstan)NanoJapan International Research; NanoJapan(nationwide, Japan)RISE Internship; German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)(nationwide, Germany)RISE-Pro Internship; German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)(nationwide, Germany)UROP International Research; UROP (nationwide, Germany)Cultural Vista International Fellowship; Cultural Vista(nationwide, Multiple International Locations)Cultural Vista Internships Abroad; Cultural Vista(nationwide, Multiple International Locations)
42Companies That Came to Fall Career Days 2013 Seeking New Hires in Technical Majors for International Locations:AltriaANSYS, Inc.Black & Veatch CorporationBosch Security Systems, Inc.Buckeye Partners LPCalfrac Well ServicesCarlson SoftwareCB&ICvent, Inc.Danaher CorporationExxonMobilFast Enterprises, LLCFlowserve CorporationCheck website in August for list of companies attending the 2014 Fall Career DaysFoxconn Electronics, Inc.General ElectricGKN plcHerren AssociatesHighmark Health ServicesHyde Engineering + ConsultingIngersoll RandIntel CorporationInternational Atomic Energy Agency/BNLITT CorporationMedallia, Inc.National Oilwell VarcoNaval Sea System CommandOracleORAUPeace Corps/City YearPennsy SupplyPMC SierraRed Frog EventsRepsolSaint GobainTerraSim Inc.U.S. Air ForceU.S. Department of State – Bureau of Diplomatic SecurityURS Corporation
43Work/Research AbroadCompanies That Came to Engineering Career Week Seeking New Hires in International Locations:
44Work/Research AbroadCompanies That Came to Spring Career Days 2014 Seeking New Hires in Technical Majors for International Locations:C.R. BardCB & IFast Enterprises, LLCFoxconn Electronics, Inc.Geo-Solutions Inc.GerdauLairdManitowoc Company, Inc.MathWorksMavenWire LLCUSMC Officer Selection TeamWal-mart Logistics
45Opportunities on Campus Academic ProgramsBeyond the ClassroomInternational Engineering MinorInternational Engineering CertificateSecond Major in Another Language or International StudiesMinor/Courses in Another Language or with Global EmphasisEngineering Courses with International FocusInternational Cultures (IL) CoursesInternational Student Groups, Engineering & University-WideInternational Engineering Envoy, Buddy, & Mentor ProgramsEvents, Activities, and Other Programs
46International Engineering Minor The International Engineering Minor is paired with any engineering baccalaureate major at any campus in order to provide students with an opportunity to learn about, and understand their profession in a global context.It is designed to provide students with knowledge, language skills, and experiences to help prepare them for a professional career that is likely to include collaborations with professionals from various parts of the world. The minor will help students understand the cross-cultural communications challenges and the global arena in which their profession is practiced. Students completing this minor will gain a competitive advantage because they will be able to demonstrate a broader understanding of the role of their profession and will have demonstrated their ability to communicate across cultural lines.
47International Engineering Minor Requirements for the minor (C or better in all courses)ECON 333 (GS) : International EconomicsDemonstrate language skills in a currently spoken world language other than English. Students must take a minimum of 6 credits in the same language, at a level determined by the Language Placement Policy, and achieve a minimum of 12th-credit proficiency in that language. Transfer credits for language courses taken prior to enrollment at Penn State may not be used. Select 3 credits of Engineering/computer science courses with significant international content from a program list or as approved by the director of the program.Select 6 credits of 400-level engineering or computer science courses, in consultation with departmental undergraduate coordinator, to be taken abroad at an international institution and taught by faculty at that institution.
48International Engineering Certificate The certificate is intended to recognize the completion of course work, language study, and international experience that will contribute to the attainment of a global perspective of engineering.
50International Student Groups 1024 Orgs at PSU!International/Multicultural75 Orgs at PSUgroups that provide an opportunity to increase campus understanding of a specific nation and/or culture (s), provide students with an avenue to explore and celebrate their own cultural heritage and provide programs and services designed to support students of various cultural heritages at the UniversityCheck some of the other categories as well
51Prepare Yourself to be a Better Candidate Apply for a Passport if you don’t already have one!Learn about another cultureParticipate in student groups with international focusInternational events on campusTake International Cultures (IL) coursesAcademic PreparationTake language coursesTake engineering courses with an international componentPerform well academicallyTake ENGR 111, Introduction to Cross-Cultural Communication for Engineers, the semester before you go abroad (self-paced, online course through ANGEL)Gain work experience through an internship or co-op
52People To Help You Through This Process Open Office Hours (Students) – During Fall and Spring Semesters:International Engineering Envoys – Top Floor Kunkle Lounge (see website for hours)Education Abroad Peer Advisers – 426A Boucke (Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm)Appointments Needed/Preferred (Faculty/Staff):Kim Baran – Coordinator, Global Engineering Education – 204 HammondDepartmental Study Abroad Contacts – varies by department (see next slide)Education Abroad Advisers – 410 BouckeCountries/RegionsAdviserItaly, Greece, Croatia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Temporary adviser for Latin America and IES programs in Spain (Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Salamanca).Kate FoxAsia, Australia, New Zealand, and Eastern Europe.Whitney LongneckerFrance, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands.Scott RunnerUnited Kingdom, Ireland, and the Middle East. Temporary adviser for Portugal and non-IES programs in Spain (Alicante, Seville, Palma de Mallorca, Navarra, Ronda, Valencia).Whitney Strickler
53Departmental Study Abroad Contacts Aerospace EngineeringRobert MeltonArchitectural EngineeringMoses LingAgricultural and Biological EngineeringMegan MarshallBioengineering/Biomedical EngineeringMargaret SlatteryChemical EngineeringThemis MatsoukasCivil EngineeringNorm FolmarComputer Science and EngineeringLee CoraorElectrical EngineeringDavid SalviaEngineering ScienceS. AshokIndustrial EngineeringJeya ChandraMechanical and Nuclear EngineeringEric Marsh
54Wednesday, October 8, 2014 11:00am – 4:00pm HUB, Alumni Hall Education Abroad FairWednesday, October 8, 201411:00am – 4:00pmHUB, Alumni Hall
55www.engr.psu.edu/global firstname.lastname@example.org International Engineering EnvoysMeet with the envoys to discuss Study Abroad, Work Abroad, and On-Campus Globalization OpportunitiesOffice Hours in Cubicle on Top Floor of Kunkle LoungeSee website for schedule in the Fall Semester