Oliver Trigony, a history major from Jackson, Tennessee, has spent his junior year studying in Paris and was a witness to last week’s tragic fire at Notre Dame Cathedral.
Twenty-one students from the College of Communication and Information who are studying abroad and interning in Australia recently attended a reception honoring UT alumnus and US Ambassador Arthur “A.B.” Culvahouse Jr. at the Consul General’s residence in Sydney.
Expand your academic experience and enhance your understanding and knowledge of an academic field by participating in international undergraduate research this summer.
The W. K. McClure Scholarship for the Study of World Affairs is a program that offers UT students awards to support research and creative projects abroad aimed at enhancing and promoting education for world responsibility.
While studying in Morocco, UT student Philip Baites wrote a song about his experiences, “Tangier to Casablanca.”
Normandy Scholars is an interdisciplinary program designed to allow undergraduate students of all majors to study World War II in a wider context.
We’ve all heard of Paris, Berlin, Rio de Janeiro, and Shanghai, but what about the slightly smaller, less touristy cities of the world? Break away from the norm and study in a “second city.”
A record-setting 17 UT students received Gilman Scholarships during the 2017–18 academic year.
Natalie Campbell, a rising junior majoring in disability studies through the College Scholars program, has been invited to participate in the Fulbright UK Summer Institute.
A faculty-directed summer program in Italy for UT engineering students has been named a finalist for a national award.
Cullen Sayegh, a fourth-year student in the School of Architecture, was chosen as the 2018 Aydelott Travel Award recipient.
Discuss study abroad opportunities with your students. Did you know that last year 1,200 UT students studied abroad, and students who study abroad are more likely to graduate in four years? Take time during your classes to discuss study abroad opportunities with your students that include studying, interning, conducting research, or participating in service-learning. Encourage