As a senior in civil engineering, Jordan Machtelinckx has long enjoyed the technical aspects of engineering which spur him to think; but, it’s the combination of applying engineering concepts to the social and cultural environment that really get him going.
Helen Walters has long been drawn to multifaceted opportunities. Evidence of this can be seen with her choice of studies, the BioResource Research major, which is designed to lead to a career in management, research or outreach. Study abroad, another inherently multifaceted opportunity had been one of her ambitions since high school.
Becca Ferrelli is keenly aware of the fact that there's a huge difference between traveling to a place and living in a place. She understands the privileges she’s had in her life, and it is this knowledge which drives her to contribute to marginalized groups on a global level.
Inspired by her mother’s tales of studying abroad in France and more recently, a family vacation in Greece, Sarah Vojnovich decided it was time to invest in her own life-transforming study abroad experience.
Meet Dmytro Chupryna from Ukraineas he talks about how the Pathway Program helped prepare him for success at OSU and gain admission to the University Honors College along with how he uses his spare time outside of class.
Business Professor Ping-Hung Hsieh leads a group of students on a short-term study abroad program known as "BEAVs" or Bridging Experience Across Vocation programs which aims "to seek the wisdom and reveal the secrets of the thriving local titans", by documenting a series of interviews with company executives in China, Taiwan and Oregon.
This past November, a 34-person delegation including 21 dancers from the Dankook University's internationally acclaimed Dance Troupe, visited Corvallis, and performed an enchanting evening of traditional Korean dance during their 4-city tour of Oregon.