Discover the story of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico from the time of the Mayan Empire through to the present on this brand new tour, designed and led by the University of Rochester's own professor and program director of Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures: Renato Perucchio.
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A group of Rochester students travel to Bangkok for the ninth University Scholars Leadership Symposium, at which 1,050 students from 80 nations are addressing the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Beginning this fall, Global Engagement will be working with the Warner School of Education to provide a non-credit bearing English Language Program (ELP). By developing the ELP in-house, it can offer richer and expanded offerings in concert with school and departmental needs, and at a lower cost.
Cary Jensen, senior counsel and director of the International Services Office, has been named assistant vice provost for international advocacy and engagement in the Office for Global Engagement. In the new role, he will lead University international compliance, advocacy, and engagement services.
For the second summer, UR students are participating in a field school in Ghana, studying historic coastal forts built as early as the 15th century, including Elmina Castle!