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The OIP&ES stumbled upon this informative piece by Larisa Epatko, "You asked: How are refugees referred to live in the U.S.?" (PBS.org),  Did you know that "out of 16 million refugees...only 150,000 were resettled in other countries last year, of which [only] 85,000 came...

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Phi Kappa Phi's Study Abroad Session A application is now open to all applicants! Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Fifty $1,000 grants are awarded during Session A.

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The winners of the Ithaca College International Club’s International Photo Contest wanted to share their experiences of seeing the world through a new perspective. The photos span the globe from Italy to the Korean peninsula.

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Living abroad is not inexpensive.  When weighing the pros and cons of a semester abroad, most students need to pay extra special attention to already set (educational) budgets when deciding if it will be affordable.

Even though it is well-known that a semester abroad is an invaluable experience that will not only contribute towards one's own personal...

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Each year, IES Abroad features an interview with one of their former participants - a face of IES Abroad.  This year, Erika Martinez, former IES Abroad participant AND former Ithaca College student, is featured as one of 65 Faces of IES Abroad.  

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