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International experiences: Perspectives from students & faculty

 
How one student discovered geography and the world in an 8 a.m. World Regional Geography class. Andy Reese, Associate Professor of biogeography at Southern Miss.
 

Kelley CrewsField work in Botswana, Afria. Kelley Crews, associate professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at The University of Texas at Austin.(Click on the picture.)

 

Suwon Cultural FestivalA geography major finds a job teaching English abroad. Andrea Boucher, Bachelor of Science from Southern Miss. (Click on the picture.)

 
Finding yourself in a room full of international students, in South Africa, watching Black Hawk Down. Jason Jones, BS Geography, University of Southern Mississippi; student fellow in the My Community, Our Earth Program.
 
How does a young researcher get started working abroad? Andy Reese, Associate Professor of biogeography at Southern Miss, offers his advice.
 
Securing a visa to study in the U.S. is a hassle. Bandana Kar, Assistant Professor, University of Southern Mississippi.
 
Adjusting to the U.S. style of graduate education. Bandana Kar, Assistant Professor, University of Southern Mississippi.
 
Scared to go abroad? So was Jason Jones, BS Geography, University of Southern Mississippi, student on USM's British Studies Program.
 
Confused in a strange, foreign country--the U.S. Bandana Kar, Assistant Professor, University of Southern Mississippi, talks about the value of study abroad--both from and to the U.S.  
 
From one student to another: just do it. Jason Jones, BS Geography, University of Southern Mississippi.
 
BaselInternship in Switzerland. David Cochran, Associate Professor, University of Southern Mississippi. (Click on the picture.)