July 12, 2021
Nathaly Lopez ‘21: Broadening Aggie Horizons
Nathaly Lopez ‘21 was empowered to study abroad. Her trip to Spain broadened her horizons, taught her to appreciate culture, and inspired her to give back to Aggies.
March 10, 2020
We Are Liberal Arts: Broaden Your Horizons
The newest video in the We Are Liberal Arts series features the stories of first-generation students gaining experience abroad in Costa Rica.
January 27, 2020
Mary Odukwe selected for Rangel Fellowship
Mary Odukwe ’20, a senior international studies major from Fresno, TX, has been selected as a 2020 Rangel Fellow.
June 24, 2019
Paris Internship Spotlight: Katie Seabolt
Senior communication student Katie Seabolt shares about her internship in Paris, France that aims to change the future of the workforce.
June 11, 2019
9 Tips for Studying Abroad in China
"You’ve selected your study abroad program, researched its location, packed your bags, and are ready to leave. Is there anything else left to do? Actually, yes!"
May 1, 2018
Traveling the globe makes students well-rounded
Carol A. Snowden '82 and her husband, Jim, recently established the Carol Austin Snowden ’82 Endowed Study Abroad Scholarship with the help of a matching gift from the John Tom Campbell ’45 Endowed Scholarship Program Fund for the benefit of undergraduate students pursuing a degree in the liberal arts.
January 1, 2018
The gift of travel: Retired longtime faculty members create study abroad scholarship
Drs. Linda '78 and Paul Parrish created an endowed scholarship to support English majors participating in an international experience, which they hope will help students expand their understanding of the world and become increasingly comfortable in other countries, both during their time at Texas A&M and beyond.
October 2, 2017
Looking beyond the finish line: Donor hopes scholarship broadens student perspectives
Jack Benson '63 and his wife, Carol, have together established the Carol A. and Jack L. Benson Study Abroad Scholarship to help Liberal Arts students travel internationally to interact with people of different cultures and perspectives. This gift will have a significant impact as the College of Liberal Arts is a leader in study abroad at Texas A&M, sending between 800 and 900 students to other countries every year.