The host institutions that help make Global UGRAD possible work hard to give participants a platform to share about their culture on campus. Central Washington University and Troy University recently interviewed students about their exchange experience and featured their stories on social media. Check it out below!
Troy university's International Student Cultural Organization better known as "ISCO" takes time each week to teach students about the countries many of TROY international students come from. This week ISCO introduced students to the food, language, and culture of Indonesia. Khaleesi Bai has the story.
Posted by TROY TrojanVision on Friday, February 7, 2020