Web chat: Study Abroad 2014–2015
Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, 12–1 p.m., CST
Questions about study abroad? We’re here to help.
UW–Madison students have the option of spending a semester or a year at one of hundreds of study abroad programs located around the world.
The university deeply believes in the value of international education, and most study abroad participants report that their experiences are transformative and life-changing. It’s a big decision, but also a hugely rewarding one.
If you’re a student or a parent interested in learning more about options — or details such as finances, incorporating study abroad into your major, safety abroad or other logistics — we’re here to help.
International Academic Programs, the College of Engineering and the UW–Madison Parent Program are teaming up to host a live informational web chat about study abroad options for 2014–15.
The event will be held from 12–1 p.m. (CST) on Monday, Feb. 3.
- Susan Lochner, assistant director of Study Abroad
- Jessa Boche, Study Abroad advisor
- Kate Hamoonga, Study Abroad advisor
- Erin Polnaszek, Study Abroad advisor
- Erica Haas-Gallo, Study Abroad advisor
- Andy Quackenbush, Study Abroad advisor
- Angela McNutt, Study Abroad advisor
- Joseph Halaas, School of Business
- Amanda Hammatt, director of International Engineering Studies & Program
- Patti Lux-Weber, Parent Program
- Stephanie Benson-Gonzales, Parent Program
Participants are encouraged to submit their own questions or simply sit back and observe the chat. For those who can’t participate in the live chat, a complete transcript will be posted immediately following.
If you have technical questions in advance of the chat, email firstname.lastname@example.org.