Summer Language Abroad

Eileen Lynch | Nov. 28, 2012 | The College of Arts and Letters

Summer Langauge AbroadClockwise from top left: Owen Cox in Jordan, Il-Lee Kam in Japan (two pictures), and Alec Fogarty in Ecuador.

Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert, visited ancient temples in Japan, hiked around the Black Forest of Germany, or took a road trip to the beaches of Ecuador, the alumni of the University of Notre Dame’s Summer Language Abroad (SLA) grant program agree on one thing: their experience was completely transformative.

Elise Murray, a junior German and psychology major, credits her SLA experience last summer in Germany with helping her “become a better person—academically, socially, and culturally.”

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