College of Sciences International Programs


College of Sciences Faculty-Led Programs

International Program News

Fearless – Mexican American Sciences Abroad

Fearless – Mexican American Sciences Abroad

The prospect of studying abroad for most students can be unnerving.  For close knit Mexican American families it can be an even greater challenge. Miriam Castañón,...

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Coming June 2017: Geology 303, Natural Disasters in Portugal and Azores Islands

Coming June 2017: Geology 303, Natural Disasters in Portugal and Azores Islands

Coming June 2017: One of SDSU’s most popular courses, GEO 303 Natural Disasters will be offered abroad in Portugal and the Azores Islands. This course fulfills...

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International Coffee Hour every Friday

International Coffee Hour every Friday

Do you enjoy ethnic food and cultural events?  Join SDSU International students for lunch every Friday at noon during the semester, at the International Student Center....

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Africa funding

Africa funding

SIT Study Abroad Announces Five $10,000 Access Africa Scholarships for Fall 2016 SIT has five $10,000 scholarships available for students from Historically Black...

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International Genetics Funding

International Genetics Funding

Genetics Society Summer Studentships sponsored by Genes and Development Purpose: to support vacation research by undergraduate geneticists. Grants are available to...

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STEM Scholarship applicants sought by San Diego Foundation

STEM Scholarship applicants sought by San Diego Foundation

  Attention all STEM Students, The deadline to complete the Common Scholarship Application is Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. The following applicants are...

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SDSU students study climate change in Spain

SDSU students study climate change in Spain

College of Science faculty will conduct a Faculty Led course in Alcalá, Spain, June 29 – July 10, 2016.  The 11-day course, entitled “Global Climate Change:...

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SDSU Ranks 15th in the Nation for Study Abroad

SDSU Ranks 15th in the Nation for Study Abroad

  A featured story from December 2, 2015 SDSU Ranks 15th in the nation for study abroad, and 3rd among California universities, according to the latest Institute for...

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College of Sciences Students Abroad

Suzy Dorn, Chemistry

Sciences Immersion in Tikal, Guatemala

Faculty Led Program, January 2016

“The views from the sky bridges in Ixpanpajul were amazing. Where else will you have the opportunity to be above the canopy of the rainforest like that?!”

Jordan Buxton, Biology,

James Cook University, Queensland, Australia, Spring 2016

Mary Dover, Psychology

L’Université de Lille III, Charles de Gaulle, Lille, France
Read an  interview with Mary, her adventures in Zakynthos, Greece, and the first thing she did once she landed back home in San Diego

Lauren John, Biology

University Autonoma of Barcelona, Spain, 2015

Jorge Soto, Psychology

University of Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015

Meghan Harder, Psychology,

University of Osnabrueck, Germany

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Julia Brown, Psychology

University of Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015

Biology Majors Sara Journey, Malcom Bender, and McKenna Pace,

Jyväskylä, Finland, 2015

 

Marissa Peralta, Biology,

Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
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Phevee Paderes, Environmental Sciences (left) with Camilla Cuyugan and Vanessa Salazar

“Global Climate Change and Vulnerabilities”
College of Sciences faculty led program
Xiamen, China, 2015
See more photos, and details about the
Xiamen Climate Change program here

Sara Torres-Robles, Microbiology, Kyoto University, Japan and Xiamen University, China, 2015

Read Sara’s “Be International” blogs
  • Suzy Dorn,  Chemistry
  • Jordan Buxton
  • Mary Dover, Psychology
  • Lauren John, Biology, University Autonoma of Barcelona, Spain
  • Jorge Soto, Psychology, University of Osnabrueck
  • Meghan Harder, Psychology, University of Osnabrueck
  • Julia Brown, Psychology, Osnabrueck University, 2015
  • Sara Journey, Malcom Bender, and McKenna Pace
  • Marissa Peralta, Biology, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Phevee Paderes, Environmental Sciences
  • Sara Torres-Robles – Microbiology