A student reporter at Fitchburg State interviewed me and posted an article in our online University newspaper, The Point.
While some FSU students were tanning in Mexico over spring break, others were in England and earning credit for class. Fitchburg State has a wide array of study abroad options, ranging from the new spring break model instigated this semester, to longer options that cover whole semesters.
“A couple of years ago, I designed a shell course for my department – ENGL 3025: English Studies Abroad,” Dr.
Kisha Tracy, who accompanied the students to England, wrote on MASSachusetts State Universities MEDIEVAL Blog. After working with a travel advisor through FSU’s study abroad department, this semester, the class made its debut.
Tracy has previous experience with the spring break study abroad model as she went to Denmark as a teaching assistant while attending graduate school. Ten students from various majors joined Tracy for a ten-day excursion to England over spring break. Because the class is offered to all…
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