We at the Division of Global Engagement are committed to providing our students with the best means possible to be informed and thoughtful global citizens no matter where they are in the world. To ignore the injustices that are plaguing the Black community in our country would be a disservice to the students, faculty, and organizations that we work so diligently to support. In a time of so much unrest, it is our duty to stand in solidarity with those who are being greatly impacted.
George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Tony McDade. Tamir Rice. Atatiana Jefferson. Trayvon Martin. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown.
The list goes on. It’s important to say their names because their names matter, their lives matter.
To the lives lost, the communities hurting, and the names of so many other Black people who have died at the hands of injustice and haven’t made national news headlines, we see you, we hear you, and we stand in support with you. #BlackLivesMatter
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We acknowledge that we have room for improvement and are actively reviewing our current practices, but we also want to hear from you. Let us know what you would like to see change in the Division of Global Engagement.
Student Perspectives on Global Engagement
Living Abroad in Your Skin: Student Panel
Student panelists reflect on how they—and others—interpreted their personal identities in a global context. They also share suggestions to consider when staying connected in this digital climate.
In their words, hear from students who have studied abroad over the past few years. There is no better place to hear all about the good, the challenging, and the incredibly impactful experiences of studying abroad.
Additional Resources for Students
Study Abroad Guide for Students of Color and Underserved Groups
Study Abroad programs around the world and new #NoPassportNeeded global learning opportunities
Study Abroad Scholarship for First-Generation College Students
Study Abroad Scholarship for Students with Disabilities