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A woman stands with her hands on her hips in front of a building, Jesse Hall.

May 9, 2013

Ireland trip serves as launching pad for graduate’s global studies

A study abroad trip to Ireland gave graduating mechanical engineering senior Lily Ellebracht a taste of international study. She isn’t fluent in Spanish, but that didn’t stop her from answering “Yes!” when she found she’d been accepted into graduate school in Barcelona, Spain.

Five men and three women jumping off a stone fence with mountains in the background.

April 1, 2013

Foreign excursions combine intense cultural experience with academics

With a plethora of short-term options through the College of Engineering’s study abroad office, an academic excursion overseas is within reach for many engineering majors. Since trips began, about 150 engineering students have studied abroad.

A man looks at the camera with a lake in the distance.

March 26, 2013

Opportunities take IMSE student to new places

Jesse Schmidt has no fear of the unknown. When choosing a school or a program to study, he didn’t mind trying something new. When traveling, he chose a destination fewer people picked, and when talking about the future, he doesn’t mind the thought of exploring the world outside of his suburban, Minnesota town.