August 14, 2014 - Ten King's College students will study in foreign countries for academic credit during the fall semester.
Erin Dempsey will study at the University of Limerick in Limerick, Ireland. She is a junior majoring in environmental studies.
Kayla Havens, and Christina and Francesca Varvaglione will all study at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. Havens, a junior majoring in psychology and sociology, has been awarded the James Le Baron Boyle Study Abroad Scholarship through King’s College to apply toward her program of study in Italy. Christina is a senior majoring in international business, and Francesca is a senior majoring in marketing.
Elizabeth Hoover, Amanda Kotch, and Alison Schug will study at the University of Manchester in England. A junior majoring in biology and mathematics, Hoover also has been awarded the James Le Baron Boyle Study Abroad Scholarship through King’s College. Kotch is a junior majoring in biology and international business. Schug is a junior majoring in neuroscience and technical theatre.
Alexandria Jamilowski will study at the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain, through Academic Programs International. A junior majoring in business management and marketing, Jamilowski has been awarded the API Affiliate Scholarship to apply toward her program of study.
John Reilly and Keith Wanamaker will study at University College Dublin in Ireland. Reilly is a junior majoring in business management. Wanamaker is a junior majoring in business management and finance.
To learn more about King’s students study abroad experiences, visit the Study Abroad Blog at http://kingsstudyabroad.wordpress.com/. For more information on the Study Abroad Program, contact Megan Borsuk, interim director, at 208-5986.
King’s College is a Catholic College sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.
King’s students studying under the King’s College Study Abroad program are, seated from left: Amanda Kotch, Kayla Havens, Alexandria Jamilowski, and Christina and Francesca Varvaglione. Standing: John Reilly, Elizabeth Hoover, Alison Schug, Erin Dempsey, Keith Wanamaker, and Mollie Farmer, past director of the study abroad program.