Hundreds of U.Va. students skipped the beach for Alternative Spring Break, a student-run program that allows people to serve and learn from local communities. Take a look at the experience in Pastaza, Ecuador, where volunteers learned about herbal medicines and took a magical trip to a waterfall in the Amazon.
The Conference brought together 300 students from across the state who have studied abroad to process their experiences and integrate them into their education and career.
Rebecca Walker, with the help of the Harrison Undergraduate Research Award, will study Aleppo pine trees in Israel.
Wade Oakley visited Mysore, India for the summer to research the teachings of the world’s most advanced Ashtanga yoga practitioners.
The Center for Politics in partnership with the Latin American Studies Program will host a public event Monday, March 30, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. featuring Her Excellency Cecilia Nahón, the Ambassador of the Argentine Republic to the United States. Ambassador Nahón will discuss the "Sovereign Debt Restructuring and Systematic Implications of the Argentina Case", followed by questions from the audience. RSVP and more info here.
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