“The most beneficial experience for me was learning to work with nothing, and to find solutions using the available equipment. Seeing how the farm workers work day-to-day without modern technology is mind-blowing.”
- Building science senior Zach Howard, who spent time building a microhydro for a Nicaraguan coffee farm in summer 2017
There's a whole world out there -- go experience it! From short-term programs to semester or year-long exchanges adn internships, students and faculty have amazing opportunities for internaional learning and collaboration through the College of Fine and Applied Arts.
International activities have taken place in Australia, Brazil, Czech Republic, China, Cuba, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Rwanda, South Africa, Taiwan and other countries.
The College of Fine and Applied Arts has a long history of international involvement. Its Dean's Office works in close collaboration with the Office of International Education and Development (OIED), partner institutions, and the departments wtihin the college to support and develop these opportunities.