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Old 09-07-2005, 11:16 AM
Nicole K. McCormack
 
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Welcome back to Drew...now go away!!!

Take a look at some of the events we have planned for the fall semester to help you learn about International and Off-Campus Study at Drew:

Study Abroad 101
Wednesday, September 14
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm, HSC-4

Learn all about the different types of international or off-campus programs available to students at Drew. A great intro for first-year and transfer students, or as a refresher for upperclass students.

Gilman Scholarship Deadline
Monday, September 19
If you are a Pell grant recipient planning to study abroad this spring or summer, then apply for the Gilman which offers up to $5,000 towards your expenses. Visit www.iie.org/gilman or the IOCP Office for application information.

2nd Annual Study Abroad Fair
Tuesday, September 20
11:00 - 2:00 pm, UC 107

Talk with representives who host programs all over the world and learn where you can spend a semester, year or summer living and learning. Staff will be on hand to answer all your questions about studying abroad.

Wall Street Semester Information Meeting
Monday, September 26
4:30 - 5:30 pm, BC-Gallery

Interested in learning about what goes on down on wall Street and what it all means? Meet with Professor Bob Chandross to learn more about this exciting and competative program.

Approved List and Petition Application Deadline
no later than Saturday, October 1

If you want to study abroad through another university or program provider during the Spring 2006 semester, you must submit your Approved List Program Application or Petition no later than October 1.

5th Annual Photo Contest
Friday, October 14 - submission deadline
Did you study abroad or off-campus any time during the 2004 - 2005 year? If so, enter the IOCP Photo Contest and you can win $50 for a first place submission. Details on the contest can be found at www.depts.drew.edu/offcamp or from the IOCP Office.

Wall Street Semester and Semester in Washington, DC
no later than Saturday, October 15
Online application is available at www.depts.drew.edu/offcamp/myapplications

Check back for more events soon. If you have an idea for an event, contact Nicole at ext. 3930 or nmccorma@drew.edu.

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Old 09-07-2005, 08:20 PM
Henry W. Coates
 
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Hey everybody, I'd totally reccomend that you not only go to the Drew Study Abroad 101, but also to the 2nd Annual Study Abroad fair on September 20th. This was the event that I learned about the year long study abroad program that I will be doing at King's College London, through Arcadia University. Its a great time to find about the sheer number of options that you have for your study abroad experience. Seriously, don't miss it if you are intrested at all in studying abroad.
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