Terps on Board in Return to Study Abroad
By Sala Levin '10
Want to study geothermal energy in Iceland? How about wildlife conservation in Tanzania? Or maybe architecture and urban planning in Cuba?
After more than two years of COVID-related disruptions, study abroad has bounced back at UMD, offering Terps these opportunities—and hundreds more—to share perspectives, spark innovations and tackle grand challenges.
“Our Terps are doing amazing things around the globe, and we’re thrilled to have so many engaging in such rewarding study abroad experiences,” says Ramsey Jabaji, interim director of Education Abroad.
Here, Terp highlights a few numbers that tell the story of study abroad’s return to robustness.
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