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More than “Emily in Paris” – How to Have a Meaningful Study Abroad

1/27 – 3:30 PM – Online

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In this one hour interactive dialogue, the Taylor Center and the Office of Study Abroad will guide you on creating a study abroad experience that goes deeper than getting that perfect wanderlust photo. How does one engage authentically with their host country? How does one become a global citizen and not just a tourist? How does one engage with self-development and personal growth in a meaningful way?


This event is open to any student who is interested in, or planning to, study abroad.

Equity Thursday – Decolonizing Study Abroad

2/4 at 12:30PM – Cudd Porch

In this grab-and-go Equity Thursday, grab materials and resources that center conversations on equity in study abroad and decolonizing study abroad. Engage with readings about decolonization in study abroad and learn about the support that OSA offers to BIPOC, LGBTQIA and first-gen students.

Tulane highlights SIT's "Identity, Privilege, and Power: Activities for Decolonizing Study Abroad"

Monday, 4/26 | 2-3:30pm EDT | Click Here to Register


Join the SIT Custom Programs team for this interactive, 90-minute skill-building session focused on identity, privilege, and power. Together we will investigate the practical activities that can be integrated into short-term and faculty-led programming to help students—and ourselves—think critically about issues of positionality while studying abroad. You will walk away with experience using activities that can help your students move towards achieving a decolonial mindset. Participation will be capped at 16 participants to ensure intentional engagement, with priority given to study abroad professionals and faculty who work on faculty-led programming.


Presenters: Jennifer Cinti, Seth Diemond, Hannah Sorila, Zufan Hagos