Global UGRADs Featured in Campus News

Global UGRADs Featured in Campus News

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 …

Fall 2019 First Impressions

Fall 2019 First Impressions

The fall 2019 semester is off to a great start. Now that the Global UGRAD students have had the chance to settle into their new homes for the next few months, here is a glance at some students’ first impressions! Daniil Gurgurov, Moldova, Murray State University: I have lived on campus for three weeks already and I have only positive …

Global UGRAD Students Participate in Celebrating Black History

Global UGRAD Students Participate in Celebrating Black History

February is Black History Month – a time set aside to collect, preserve, and celebrate the accomplishments of black Americans across all fields. This month we are pleased to share reflections from two Global UGRAD participants on African American history. Madeline Hernandez, Nicaragua, Emporia State University: On January 21st in Emporia, Kansas, many students, including me, commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. …

Rediscovering My Love for Badminton

Rediscovering My Love for Badminton

I used to play badminton when I was in high school with my little sister at the court near our apartment every evening. However, I gave it up once I began preparing for my university entrance exam. As soon as I arrived at Troy University, the first thing that grabbed my attention was a Badminton Club poster on the wall. …

Winter Break Tales

Of the 252 2016-17 Global UGRAD students, 33 remained in the United States over the winter holiday break at their host universities. Some stayed on campus and took the opportunity to volunteer in their host communities. For others, the break was an opportunity to travel to other cities and to visit family and/or friends not on campus. Here is a …